Penticton Western News letters to the editor.

Letter: A sincere thank-you

Sincere thanks to a lady and two gentlemen willing to take time to help me

Sincere thanks to a lady and two gentlemen willing to take time to help me get out of a difficult situation on the afternoon of Jan. 13.

I was riding my electric wheelchair along Fairview Avenue and stopped to press the walk button at the lights, having to go off the sidewalk with the wheels on one side were off the ground. As I struggled to correct the problem, these kind folks came to my rescue.

Their willingness to help is much appreciated, although I didn’t get their names thank you.

Joan Morgenstern

Penticton

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