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Victim of Tweetsie Trail accident thankful for assistance

To the Editor:
Two weeks ago I had a nasty bike accident on the Tweetsie Trail. Two strangers, one I believe to be Mr. Luther Brooks, were very instrumental in calling the Carter County Rescue Squad for me and making sure my wife was able to get to the ER in Johnson City.
I would like to connect with Mr. Brooks and his companion and extend my gratitude and let them know how much I appreciate them taking the time and effort to help two other strangers.
Also, thanks to Chad and Shelby of the CCRS and the ER Staff at JC Med Center who made my experience a lot less painful.

Thanks,
Dick Ryan
Elizabethton

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