Thankful for help in an emergency

Woman who suffered medical emergency while jogging thanks mysterious good Samaritans

 

I would like to thank the person(s) that helped me out on Tuesday morning that helped me out on Tuesday morning (June 3) and also the person who took my dog, Diesel, home.

I would also like to thank the police and ambulance personnel. I was running with my dog around the lagoon and had a medical problem and had a bad fall. I have a concussion and don’t remember that day. I’m so grateful to all of you that helped me out.

If the person(s) live in Harrison Hot springs, I would like to meet you, as I appreciate your kindness and help. I’m doing much better, thanks to all of you.

What a wonderful community Harrison Hot Springs is.

Patti Stoltz

Harrison Hot Springs

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