Grateful thanks to all who helped

On Jan. 31 I was driving down Evergreen Way in Everett and my car lost all its power. I was able to get if off the road at 47th and Evergreen WAy. I was there maybe 10 minutes when two gentlemen stopped to see if I was OK. Then three more gentlemen stopped; one had a smartphone and called a tow truck for me. Then a wonderful police officer — Karen White — stopped to see if I was OK. She said she would stay with me until the tow truck came.

I want everyone to know what wonderful people we have in Everett — citizens and police officer Karen White.

Dorothy Pereira


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