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Blessins on you for your kindness

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My grandmother was walking home when she tripped and fell and was badly hurt. She could not move or call for help.

Fortunately for my grandmother, a stranger driving by stopped and called 911. She was rushed to hospital where she learned she had broken two ribs and her shoulder.

Sadly, my grandmother was not able to get the stranger’s name. I tried looking for a contact number through various resources, but no luck.

So, to the thoughtful stranger who took the time to stop Oct. 14 on the corner of Arlington Street and Mountain Avenue, our family is forever grateful to you for your act of kindness.

May you and your loved ones be blessed with health, happiness and prosperity today and always.

— Melody Ocampo

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