Thank you to those who res­cued me

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION -

THIS is an open ‘thank you’ let­ter to two young ladies and a young man who didn’t walk by but came to my res­cue when I took a mas­sive fall out­side Tesco’s in Uxbridge on the morn­ing of Mon­day Oc­to­ber 17.

I wanted to thank you for look­ing af­ter me, car­ing for me, for your kind­ness in mak­ing sure I was com­fort­able and for speak­ing to the am­bu­lance driver on my be­half and mak­ing her aware I was in need of med­i­cal at­ten­tion.

I ap­pre­ci­ate so much that you stayed with me un­til the am­bu­lance driver ar­rived be­fore tak­ing me to A&E. Your kind­ness has cer­tainly re­stored my faith in hu­man­ity.

Fi­nally, this quote from Mark Twain sums it up for me.

“Kind­ness is a lan­guage the deaf can hear and the blind can see”.

COLLEEN SUL­LI­VAN Sedg­wick Av­enue Hilling­don

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