State Trooper Comes To The Rescue Of Stranded Superheroes

Alas, their superpowers didn't extend to car repairs.

Even superheroes need a helping hand sometimes.

A New Hampshire state trooper came to the rescue of "Wonder Woman" and "Captain America" after their car became disabled on Interstate 93 on Sunday morning.

The costumed duo were on their way to a child’s birthday party in Hooksett when the vehicle broke down. Unfortunately, their abilities didn't extend to fixing the problem.

State trooper Mark Suttmeier was on hand nearby, and offered to give them a lift to the birthday bash so they wouldn't be late. 

Their arrival at the shindig in a patrol car caused quite a stir amongst the kids, New Hampshire State Police posted on Facebook. "The children were very excited to see the superheroes arrive and get out of a #NHSP cruiser."

The superheroes' identities remain a mystery.

Sgt. Tom Lencki told the New Hampshire Union Leader that state police were "always happy to assist any other members of the Avengers or Justice League should they find themselves in need of a super colleague."