Help after fall was appreciated

This letter is to say thanks to the wonderful young lady who stopped to help when I had knocked myself out.

Dear Editor:

On the evening of Dec. 22 I went for a walk with a friend and his three large dogs.

At some point close to Homeside Video, something went terribly wrong (that I can’t remember) and I took a very bad fall.

This letter is to say thanks to the wonderful young lady who stopped to help when I had knocked myself out.

She drove me to my home and I honestly don’t remember what she looked like or talking to her at all.

Thanks to her, I was able to get medical assistance in a very short period of time.

Who ever you are, thank you so very much….your kindness is very much appreciated and I hope you’ve had a wonderful holiday season.

Thanks again.

Nola Kuehn



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