On Oct. 15, my car lost all power, and I was stranded on the highway. Several people almost hit my car, being the car's black with no power, and it was raining.
The first kind word came from Hutchings Chevrolet to tell me help was on the way. The second was a man named Gary. He tried to help me remove the car from the highway, but the car did not cooperate. The third was a man named Kevin, an ACS phone guy. He provided the hazard lights to keep me from harms way. Kevin stayed until my cavalry arrived and helped remove the car from the highway. The fourth came from my aunt who provided the cables to jump the car. These people gave with open arms, and they should be recognized for their time and effort. My deepest thanks and utmost appreciation!
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