Run down in the carpark
In June, my wife was run down by a motorist in the carpark of Umina shopping centre.
She lay unconscious on the roadway for about 20 minutes until paramedics and the police arrived and then was transported to Royal North Shore Hospital by CareFlight.
Her injuries were extensive. However, she has now recovered and still questions why the driver was not charged.
A CareFlight person contacted us and asked whether we would like to donate to their service.
They have a program whereby if you donate $160 they will send you two beautiful teddy bears.
What a wonderful promotion and what great a Christmas presents they would make.
We are now the proud owners of Charlie and Sally Bear and our sincere thanks go to the CareFlight people who run this magnificent lifesaving service.
Email, 20 Aug 2019
Rod Fountain, Booker Bay
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