Two New York state troopers are going beyond the call of duty to help a devastated girl trying to attend the funeral of a South Florida high school shooting victim. Jordana Judson, a 23-year-old, was trying to fly back to her Florida home after learning that her childhood friend, 18-year-old Meadow Pollack, was killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, last week. Judson said she showed up to New York's La Guardia Airport the day after the shooting, crying hysterically. Two troopers, Robert Troy and Thomas Karasinski, showed her the way inside where she spoke to an agent. Upon learning that Judson wouldn't be able to afford the expensive flight ticket, the troopers pulled out their credit cards and paid for the flight themselves. Judson was able to be at the funeral on Friday and says she's incredibly grateful to the two troopers.