Ticks for emergency services
Extra big ticks to the ambo's and helicopter crew from Gosford who conveyed my 81-year-old wife to Royal North Shore Hospital with life threatening injuries on May 10 after she was hit by a car.
My wife was hit and rendered unconscious and suffered loss of memory as to how she could be hit while walking across Alfred St, Umina, at around 9:30am.
Further ticks must go to the Peninsula police for finding her car and returning it to our garage.
My wife and I are now both home and as well as can be under the circumstances.
We would both really appreciate any witnesses to make contact and come forward as we try to piece together exactly what happened that morning.
Email, 20 Jun 2019
Rod Fountain, Booker Bay
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