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I would very much like to recognize the service my wife and I received on July 26 at 10:30 p.m. I called 911 for assistance, my wife was in a bad way. The 911 operator was more than helpful. His approach in giving me instructions on what to do was most professional and thoughtful.

Words cannot express my thoughts on the two paramedics and three firefighters who came to my home.

We are indeed very lucky in our community to have such professional individuals to assist us.

When required words cannot express my thanks to you. I don’t have your names but you know who you are.

Bill and Bergi Jones

Sooke

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