Letter: Kudos to those who helped at Kamloops crash scene


I was the driver of the Jeep that was involved in an accident on Nov. 20 on West Victoria Street.

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I want to express my deepest gratitude to those at the scene. 

The paramedics, Mounties and firefighters were amazing, professional and good-humoured. The staff at Royal Inland Hospital were also incredible.

I want to further extend my gratitude by sending a special thank you to the passersby and Good Samaritans (especially residents of Emerald House) who were first on scene.

These kind-hearted souls directed traffic, helped me out of my smoking car, kept me and others warm and made sure we weren’t alone until first responders arrived.

One even called me later to make sure I was OK.  

So, thanks to all.

A.M. Aase

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