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Sunday 22 April 2018
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Sammy saved my life

THE EDITOR: On behalf of my sister, Jessica Manswell, and myself of Canada, I say a special thank you to Samuel “Sammy” Ragbir a medic of the TT Red Cross Society for the excellent service rendered to me.

He was based at Adam Smith Square and Murray Street on Carnival Monday and Tuesday, well groomed, and neatly attired. His quick and professional manner made me realise that there are a lot of great people living here no matter what. This gentleman knew exactly what he was doing. I could have died but he saved me, so that I could be able to thank him. It is a testimony that I can share with others.

There are no other words to let him know how I feel, so I would like to say to Sammy, thank you, thank you, thank you until we meet again. God’s richest blessings to you.



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