LETTERS: Wonderful people

Editor:

I would like to thank all of the wonderful people who stopped to offer help.

Editor:

I would like to thank all of the wonderful people who stopped to offer help, comfort and support after a BMW SUV hit my CRV head on at the intersection of 152 Street and King George Boulevard on the morning of May 5 while on my way to work at Peace Arch Hospital.

I was hurt, shaken, badly bruised and had excruciating pain in my head – but all of you made me feel like everything was going to be OK while waiting for fire and ambulance to arrive. A man named Joe also called my husband from the scene.

I don’t know all of your names to thank you personally, but I am forever grateful for how you made me feel and to offer help during those terrifying moments after the crash.

Thank you ever so much!

Lori McIntosh, North Vancouver

 

 

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