I have re­cently been ill and had to go to the doc­tor. I took a Gold and Black taxi and when I got to the doc­tors I had is­sues with mo­bil­ity. My cab­bie came and helped me in and as I was mov­ing along slowly, I felt an­other set of hands gather up my left arm to fur­ther as­sist me. I looked to my left to see a large New Zealand Sol­dier as­sist­ing me.

I would like to take the op­por­tu­nity to thank this un­known sol­dier and my cab­bie. Nei­ther were obliged to help but stepped up any­way. Thank you very much my kind Sa­mar­i­tans.

Al Win­der Palmer­ston North

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