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Last night, Saturday January 19th, I witnessed something truly remarkable and my faith in mankind has been restored. While at the Libro Credit Union in the Town of Essex around 6:15pm, I bared witness to three gentlemen (who I assume were volunteer firemen as they had a green light flashing in their vehicles) pull over to the side of the main street to assist a man who had fallen in the snow on the sidewalk in front of the Libro Credit Union. These men not only got the man to his feet but they ensured he was okay and one of the firemen put the man in his truck to drive him home. As I sat in the atm drive thru line at the Libro Centre, my eyes welled up with tears over the care and compassion these firemen showed to this poor man who had fell in the snow.
Kudos to these three gentlemen who could have easily kept driving but instead put others before one's self.
You've been spotted guys!
to the plow driver working at the plant on the corner of patilo rd and advanced Blvd. Thank you sooo much for your help this morning trying to get my van out, and also to the gentleman who stopped with a shovel and finished digging me out, you guys are truly amazing.
I would like to thank the people who stopped and helped me today when I fell outside of the entrance at the Superstore on Walker Rd. early this afternoon. There were five of you that helped me into the store and stayed with me to make sure management came to take care of me. I wish I would have gotten your names to thank you properly.
I would also like to thank the two managers at the store who took the information needed so no one would go through what I did and they even got the few groceries I needed and brought me to my vehicle.
I went to the clinic when I left the store and I will find out Sunday if I fractured my elbow.
Your kindness and gentleness with me showed true compassion and I greatly appreciate you all.
I lost my wallet at about 6pm today around the downtown area of Windsor, near Ouellette and Wyandotte. I walked from ouellette and Wyandotte to Burger King. It may perhaps be on the central 3 bus. My bus pass, 2 health cards and other things I will describe in private to someone who finds it are in the wallet. Wallet is described as about 4 inches wide with emojis design all over it.
To the old women at Tim hortons at walker and Wyandotte today in the blue focus that decided to order $65 dollar order in the drive thru and make 15 other people wait in line behind you when the drive thru attendants attended your ridiculous order . You have been spotted . That was inconsiderate to 15 other people and you wasted 45 minutes of their lives that they will never get back . Why wouldn't you just go inside of that Tim Hortons and save everyone the trouble so that you could wait for your order inside like everyone else who has an order over 15 items. It's a general consideration for others . The drive-thru is intended to be a quicker version not to get stuck in because you decided to not get out of your car for one day . Unbelievable, but typical Windsor behaviour.
This was spotted in South Windsor.
What a neat way to spread some love in a simple way.
Maybe Windsor/ Essex could host a friendly competition. And spread more love around the city in shape of hearts for the season.
The guy at the McDonald's drive thru at Louzon and tecumseh at 12am Saturday morning. why would you get out of your vehicle to try to start a fight , with another vehicle??? Be a big boy and either move on ..... don't be childish and idiot to try and attack at a drive thru..... and yes I got the make model and license plate of your vehicle.... cause funny thing....when you get childish ppl who are smarter take pics and video.... so now the police know who you are .... soo YOU HAVE BEEN SPOTTED .....
On New Year's Eve my husband and I were on our way home from the movies. My husband stopped at the Tim Horton's on Howard near Grand Marais to get a coffee and donut. I stayed in the car. Shortly after he exited our vehicle he took a tumble in the parking lot and this young gentleman knocked on my window to tell me my husband had fallen. When I got out of the car and walked towards the store I saw my husband laying on the ground with blood pouring from his head and immediately these three young gentlemen took over, they helped him inside and while I was trying to stop the bleeding they called for an ambulance. While waiting, I thanked them so much, offered to buy them something to eat or give them money and they refused politely. They stayed with us until the ambulance left to take my husband to the hospital. I thanked them but that just doesn't seem enough. These young men were so compassionate and caring. It is obvious to me they have been raised well. Their parents should be very proud of the young men they raised. To the 3 young gentlemen, you have been spotted! Thank you seems so inadequate but THANK YOU!
To the employees at Tim Horton's that evening you have been spotted for your lack of compassion. When asked for help you responded with Sorry we have a lot of cars in the drive through and only 2 of us are here with no manager . Shame on you! Shame on you!