Letter: After the fall, Good Samaritans arrived


On Feb. 20, I was walking in my neighbourhood and took a bad fall. 

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Immediately, four Good Samaritans, only one of whom I knew, rushed to help.

Two calmed me down and helped me up, one with a first-aid ticket stopped to see if she was needed and Kathy, a nurse at Royal Inland Hospital, checked me out for a concussion and drove me home, along with Betty, who made sure I was taken care of once I got inside.

I am OK and thankful for the caring neighbours in Valleyview.

Patricia May


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