Random Acts of Kindness

Car clipped by truck

My daughter was involved in an accident outside Sharkies development on a recent Saturday and I would like to thank all involved.

Kristen, Nathan, Brigitte, Lauren and all the others who had the compassion to stop and offer help.

The paramedics and police who were all very professional and comforting.

My daughter's car was clipped and spun around by a truck and dog trailer and could have been a lot worse than the damage sustained.

I make a plea for all drivers, particularly the truck drivers who regularly use that route to please slow down and drive with caution.

We only get one chance at this life and don't want it cut premature by other people's recklessness.

Please take care on the roads, and drive with safety at the forefront of your mind, not recklessness and selfishness.

Brad May, Cronulla

Lost wallet makes it home

I recently lost my wallet in Dolls Point, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank the kind person who went to the effort of delivering my license and credit cards back to my residence in Kirrawee.

I wish I could have thanked you in person. Thanks so much.

David, Gymea

Tears turn to sheer joy

I'm 93-years-old and recently lost my purse at Rockdale Plaza.

When security rang me and said it had been handed in, I returned to the plaza to pick it up and my tears turned to sheer joy when it was handed to me intact.

If you were the good Samaritan who took it to security my sincere thanks for your kindness, honesty and for just being you.

I wish I could have thanked you personally but you left no information.


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