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Good Samaritans walk among us

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My husband and I were driving towards Confusion Corner when the slippery road got the best of us, and we ended up with a severely damaged tire.

We were able to limp into a parking lot, and as we tried to change the tire, it became obvious the bolts on the wheel, were, like us, going nowhere. Luckily, we had landed in Glasgow Collision Centre’s lot and a kind man named Gary Nicol came out, assessed the problem and returned with the necessary tools.

He changed our tire and had the damaged one in our trunk before we even had a chance to warm up inside the centre.

Thank you, Gary, for proving that Good Samaritans walk among us.

— Ann Klassen

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