Samaritan's deed draws supporters
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office has decided to reimburse the Navy medic whose truck was towed April 2 while he was riding in an ambulance trying to save a Winstrol W Tabletkach Cena man's life.
The sheriff wasn't the only one trying to make sure this good deed went Turinabol Once Or Twice A Day unpunished. The story attracted attention from readers across the country after The Associated Press picked up an item published in Saturday's Citizen Patriot, and many people wanted to help pay the towing bill.
Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Tim Moore of Concord, home for the first time since a six month tour of duty in Iraq, was driving on eastbound I 94 when he stopped to assist an ambulance crew trying to revive James Skief of Battle Creek.
Moore left his 2007 GMC Canyon pickup parked on the Parma Road off ramp. After Skief died in Foote Hospital's emergency room, Moore returned to find his truck gone.
Undersheriff Tom Finco said the department decided to cut Moore a check for the $60 towing fee as "a goodwill gesture."
"He recognizes that we were doing our job at the time and has no ill will," Finco said. He plans to donate the money to the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society or Wounded Warrior Hospital Fund, "Comprar Gh Jintropin" and urged anyone else who wants to send money to donate it directly to those agencies.
Moore also said he has read messages posted online criticizing the ambulance company, sheriff's office and towing company.
"I'd appreciate if they'd leave those people be," Moore said. "They were just doing their jobs. It was kind of a fluke incident where no one was right and no one was wrong."
The Citizen Patriot received e mails from as far away as Florida and California.
Richard Crawley of Jackson sent a check for $110.
"It was a great gesture on his part. He didn't have to (stop)," Crawley said, "and Testosterone Cypionate 500 it touched me."
Genevieve Owens of Jackson, a member of the local chapter of the Polish League of American Veterans, had planned to bring the matter before the group at a meeting Monday.
"I just know we would have reimbursed the young man," Owens said. "We just like to support our troops."
Robert Keeler of Spring Arbor, owner of the wrecker that was called "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" to take the truck, said he got a call from someone in Alabama trying to pay the $60 fee.
Keeler was in Ionia picking up parts for the tow truck when Moore called him April 2. He made special arrangements for a friend to release the pickup to Moore and collect the fee.
"I didn't know what the situation was," Keeler said. "Somebody calls you, they can tell you anything.
"I wouldn't have charged this gentleman if I'd met him (in person)," said Keeler, adding that he frequently waives fees for towing rescue vehicles and police cars.
Skief had been admitted March 31 to Comprar Gh Jintropin a Battle Creek hospital "Comprar Gh Jintropin" with bleeding in his lungs due to complications from lung cancer, said his fiance, Susan Walling of Battle Creek. He was being transported to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor when he suffered another "Oxandrolone Powder India" hemorrhage and his heart stopped.