Helping hands abound |

Helping hands abound

Dear Editor:

I would like to thank the medics from Basalt and Carbondale who responded to the rollover accident near Blue Lake on Tuesday evening.

Matt, John, Allen and Rock tended to my family in a professional and caring manner. (Rock, the bear you gave the 7-year-old has been named Rocky Road.) And thank you to the four bystanders who were first on scene and helped everyone out of the crushed car.

Do we live in a great valley or what?

Donna Rowlands

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