Consideration, please!

On Monday, Oct. 15th at approximately 8:30 p.m. (after a long shift at Red Deer Hospital emergency where she works as an E.R. nurse)

Dear Editor,

On Monday, Oct. 15th at approximately 8:30 p.m. (after a long shift at Red Deer Hospital emergency where she works as an E.R. nurse) my wife visited the Shoppers Drug Mart here in Sylvan Lake. She parked her gold Toyota Corolla in the spaces directly across from the front doors of that store.

As she finished her shopping and came out of the store, she approached her car and noticed quite a large dent in the driver’s side door, which obviously was not there before she went into the store.

Come on, have some consideration. Do you realize that because of your carelessness you just took money out of someone’s pocket? In any case, video from the stores in that area will be checked and hopefully we can get some more information as to what happened, and more importantly … who did it. Hoping that we get that information, police will become involved and considering that this is a hit and run, I’m sure charges could be laid.

So here is your chance to come clean and avoid police involvement. If this was you, email and take care of this.

Thank you, and please … do the right thing.

Allan Cameron,

Sylvan Lake

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