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I was involved in a four-car accident recently on the Disraeli Freeway.

Luckily, I ended up with minor injuries (severe whiplash and my arm is sprained), but I was quite upset, hyperventilating and crying. A man dressed in army fatigues stopped to ask if everyone was OK. He helped the other drivers get safely to the sidewalk and stayed with me to try to calm me down. He also called 911 for more assistance.

I was very grateful that he stopped to help get control of the situation and ensure everyone’s safety. I never got to say thank you or get his name. I would like to have told him how much it meant to me that he stopped and did what he did for us all.

— Lori Williamson

 

 

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