Motorist appreciative of assistance

On Oct. 20, at Sterling Highway Mile 117, my truck fishtailed on ice and rolled over the embankment. I would like to thank everyone who stopped and assisted and gave me moral support. I would like to thank Central Peninsula Emergency Services (Kasilof) for the wonderful care they provided. Thank you to the Alaska State Troopers for the courteous concern in making sure my personal belongings were picked up. You are an asset to Alaska. Thank you to the doctor,nurses, and other staff at Central Peninsula Hospital for making me as comfortable as possible with my battered body, Especially with those wonderful heated blankets.


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