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I want to thank all the peo­ple who came to my aid on Fri­day af­ter­noon (July 3) when I came off my mo­bil­ity scooter in Col­lege St. In no time at all sev­eral peo­ple came to help me and waited with me un­til the am­bu­lance ar­rived. A big thanks to the lady with the blan­ket and pil­lows to make me a bit more com­fort­able and to the A&E nurse­who stopped to make sure I wasn’t do­ing any­thing silly like bleed­ing and such. It was amaz­ing how many med­i­cal peo­ple stopped to help, the anaes­thetist, the med stu­dent and of course the afore­men­tioned A&E nurse; you were all won­der­ful as were all the other nice peo­ple in­clud­ing PJ from the buses who helped and sup­ported me. Also a big thanks to Gold and Black Taxis who took care of my mo­bil­ity scooter and dropped it back at my home . Karma is with all of you. I have had my faith in peo­ple re­newed. I was a to­tally jaded non-be­liever in com­mu­nity kind­ness. I can never thank you all enough, I wish you all happy and won­der­ful lives.

Al WIn­der Palmer­ston North

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