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Published: Saturday, June 21, 2014, 12:01 a.m.
Good Samaritans

Thanks to the two who helped fallen man

On Wednesday my husband went walking near Willis Tucker Park. He tripped and fell face first on the sidewalk. There had been several cars go by and no one offered to help him. He had extensive back surgery in January and was doing his exercise of walking. A nice man in a tan truck stopped in the middle of the street and came over to help him and gave him paper towels to help with the bleeding. He called me on his cell phone and I came right away; we live close to the park. Also, another lady stopped and offered to help. She was wearing a dark blue top and had brown hair in a ponytail. We just want to say thank you to both of these people. We didn't get their names but really appreciate their help and concern. It's so nice to know that there are people that are willing to take the time to help someone in need.
Thank you both so much.
Richard and Judy Tickle
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