Without thought of consequence

My name is Phil Hudec from Canmore, Alberta. Myself and a few friends came up for the weekend for some activities,

Dear Editor,

My name is Phil Hudec from Canmore, Alberta. Myself and a few friends came up for the weekend for some activities, some of which included consumption of alcohol.

On the walk home from a bar after many drinks, we walked past a construction site with machines, one of which was a packer with the keys in the ignition.

Being a couple of boys who seek adventure, we decided (stupidly and without much thought of consequence) to take it for a joy ride, causing a ruckus and quite a public disturbance.

On behalf of myself and my friends, I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to the Sylvan Lake community, RCMP and Olds Concrete for our reckless behaviour.

Phil Hudec,

Canmore

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