On Sunday, February 25, my husband was on his way to collect the papers when he tripped on broken paving stones and fell towards the road.
A car stopped and a lady kindly helped him up and, as he had hit his face and nose and was bleeding badly, she cleaned him up with wet wipes.
A gentleman, ‘Barry’, also came to help and walked my husband back home. We had to go to A&E as the nose bleed wouldn’t stop completely.
I would like to thank both these kind people for their help in a nasty situation.
Mrs M. Parker
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