After a call was made to assist an elderly man who had fallen, a police officer in Florida was captured on video calming the nerves of the man's "distraught" daughter.

Officer Hernandez, of the Pembroke Pines Police Department, responded with the city's fire department to help the man last month.

As crews tended to the man, reportedly in his 90s, the officer sat down at the home's piano and began playing Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" to soothe the man's daughter.

Better yet, a fireman can be heard singing along to the song in the background of the video.

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Hernandez told ABC News that he often asks to play instruments he sees at homes he responds to, and that "it usually makes people feel better."

"It definitely helps that people have a better view of our purpose," he said.

The video of the officer's performance was met with a positive reaction online, with many praising Hernandez for his work.

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