Impressed with response of all after accident

I’d like to thank everyone at the intersection of 35th Street and Rucker Avenue for their assistance following my automobile accident. It became apparent to me the helpfulness and graciousness exhibited in the Port Gardner Neighborhood.

I specifically want to thank the folks who rescued my passenger, Tug, and brought her to me. Also, the construction company personnel who housed her while I dealt with the fire and police. In addition, for the ride home for both of us.

A special thanks to the two witnesses who provided help and their contact information to the police for their report.

Also, the driver for Hanson’s Towing for his assistance and the information he provided regarding my vehicle and its contents.

And, certainly last but not least, the firemen and police officer who came to the aid and comfort of myself and the other driver.

Proof, it does take a village.

Kathie Suhina


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