On July 22nd while walking along St Michael’s Street in West Bromwich, my knee suddenly gave way with a crack, and I could not walk another step.
I was in terrific pain, I couldn’t move.
A very nice young lady came to my aid, and kindly fetched a taxi from over the road.
With the help of this lady, the taxi driver and another kind gentleman, I was helped into the taxi and taken to my doctor’s, Carters Green Medical Centre.
Everyone there was extremely kind, both doctors and staff.
Sadly I don’t know the names of those who helped me in the street, but I would like to thank them through this letter in the Black Country Bugle.
We hear so much about our supposedly uncaring society in the news — it’s lovely to see that there are plenty of people who are truly good, kind, decent and helpful.