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On Tuesday September 11 at approximately 10:30am 2 sections of the recently erected construction fence was stolen from the site of the Riverside Farrow Miracle Park. On Wyandotte E across from Metro. There was a witness that described the truck as a 2010 -2014 Silver 4 door GMC pickup. Two men wearing reflective construction vests were seen loading the fence on the truck. One of the men had a beard. The next day another two sections were missing as well. The fence is aluminum colored and 6 feet high by 10 feet wide. Last seen heading East on Wyandotte.
If anyone has any information regarding this please contact Windsor Police; case #78971
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I want to thank our waitress Michelle at red lobster wed night. We took our son out for his 10th birthday and she just made it extra special. She joked around with him and said if he didnt have a job he could do the dishes. She then came out with all the gear, gloves,hair net and apron. We all had a good laugh. She even brought him dessert with a candle and sang happy birthday to him. She was just great and went above and beyond. Thanks for making his night.
To the gentleman who kept honking at me before I drove my car on the 401 thank you for letting me know how low the air in my tire was. I honestly didn't feel it as I drove. I immediately went to put air in it and discovered there was a nail right in the middle tread. You saved me from a possible blow out on the highway I have to drive every day. I really appreciate that you took the time to do that.
Last night (Monday Sept 10), I came out of work at 9pm. My car as of late has been hesitating when it starts. Sometimes it takes a couple of times before it turns over.
I work at the Market Place Square upstairs. While I was trying to start my car, and nice guy came over and asked if I was ok, and if I needed a ride somewhere. I told him I would be fine.
I just wanted to say thanks to you, I think you had a newer white truck, and were at he karate studio..
Thanks for being a thoughtful person. :)
I fell outside chapters at Devonshire mall on Saturday after noon taking a bad fall. I want to thank those people who immediately came to my aide. In a world full of negativity kindness still shines through. In an awful situation, to you that helped me, it was very much appreciated.
Today my car battery died while I was out and about. I called CAA who was able to send someone within the hour. I want to thank the service tech that came to my rescue. Not only did he boost the battery but waited to be sure the car didn't die again. He then offered to follow me to my mechanic's to ensure I arrived without any problems. I'm quite certain that is not part of their protocol. It was very kind of him and made me feel secure until I arrived at my destination. Unfortunately I did not get his name. The world needs more kind and caring people like the CAA service tech that was sent out to help me. Thank you again.
I saw you pull out in front of the crazy lady near Lowe's on provincial road at 1:19 pm last thursday and snapped a picture of her van. I don't know if she damaged your car, a blue 2008 ,- 2010 focus - but if she did I'll vouch for you that she was crazy. Maybe you did pull out in front but it was bumper to bumper traffic. She had no right to attack your car. And maybe should been paying a bit closer attention while driving 10km/ h
Samantha at Dollarama on Tecumseh road by Walmart. Words cannot describe you're kindness. I have a young daughter with special needs and I was feeling a bit overwhelmed with stares and comments as my daughter was asking everyone if they liked her hat and mostly everyone ignored her & walked away. She ran up to you as you were stocking & screamed Hi' at you and you politely said hi back and smiled & laughed with her. She asked you if you liked her hat & you said yes it looks awesome! And told her to put it on, in which she did. She smiled and screamed looks good huh!!' You were so kind taking time to talk with her as most just stare at her and give me horrible anxiety with comments about how loud and out of control she is. That small encounter with you made her day she was so much better through the rest of the stores kept her hat on and just smiled away. So thank you Samantha for taking 5 minutes of your time to not only make a little girl with downs happy but also an overwhelmed mother relieved. Your manager should be proud to have you on their team!