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In September 2013, Margaret Thimbleby, age 80, tripped near a favorite bakery. Fortunately, Remi Mustafa, owner of Queen’s Village Bakery in Orpington, Bromley, London, England, helped her. Mrs. Thimbleby said, “I had been to Hair and Beauty to get my hair done and as I walked past the bakery I tripped on something uneven like a paving stone. I’m normally quite good on my feet. I fell down on my face and jolted my arms trying to break my fall. The owner saw me, rushed out and bought a chair and some water. He offered to call an ambulance, but I explained my husband was in the car park [parking lot] and so he walked me over. He really was a Good Samaritan. I often go in there anyway because of the delicious cream buns. My husband, Derek, and I went to A&E and to Kings in Denmark Hill because my cheekbone was so bruised but nothing was broken.” Mr. Thimbleby contacted the council and told the members about the uneven pavement.
For Further Information: Heloise Wood, “Woman praises ‘Good Samaritan’ from bakery in Petts Wood who rushed to her aid.” Yourlocalguardian.com. 12 September 2013
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