I wonder what happened to her?

I can't remember when it was but sometime between the years of 2004 and 2006 I was biking to a friends place in Kits from my place on Main St. I biked between 6th and Heather and 6th and Willow. There used to be a video store and a grocery store on the corner. I was biking and heard "Help." "Help Me" I stopped and got off my bike and walked to see a woman on the ground and she had fallen and could not get up. No one was around. I ran in the grocery store and asked the staff to call 911. The police arrived and took her to the hospital. The police asked for my name and number and I was in a hurry and did not give it to them. I wonder what happened to her. I wonder if anyone in her family was happy I did that. I was broke and jobless. Maybe I should have left my name. If anyone reads this and knows of this incident (or family) it would be nice to connect. That is my confession.


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Apr 26, 2019 at 8:34am

As a vulnerable member of society yourself, you owed the cops nothing.

As in really nothing whatsoever.

Meanwhile, you did right by that poor ill woman. Congrats!

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Apr 26, 2019 at 9:24am

You want some kind of congratulations for doing what literally any decent human being would do? In fact you did less by not leaving your name as a potential witness.

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Apr 26, 2019 at 2:17pm

It’s not like you did something heroic you know. Most people would have done exactly the same thing, and it’s really not that big of a deal. You got someone to call 911, woo-hoo!

Harry Bailey

Apr 27, 2019 at 6:45am

I'm still there! The ambulance never came Harry cus you didn't stick around to see that the call got through. Such a shame. I was on my way to prevent 9/11. All cus of you George. Tsk tsk

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