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Thanks to PTC officers, EMTs

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Corporal Hughes of the Peachtree City Police Department for coming to the aid of our son after he recently had a golf cart accident.

Corporal Hughes was kind and compassionate to our son, who also suffered injuries in the crash.

We would further like to extend our thanks to the paramedics on duty from Station 83 in Peachtree City, who came to the aid of our son, as well.

Too often, police officers and paramedics are not given the recognition they deserve for helping the citizens of this community, and we truly appreciate what you did to help our son.

Karen and Alan Fort
Peachtree City, Ga.

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Comments

We do need to thank our first responders more often as they protect us and take care of us when we are hurt. They have among the most dangerous and stressful jobs there are.

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