At 8:56 p.m. on Dec. 29, our beloved Victorian bulldog, Steakhouse, was hit by a car in front of our house, on Buckley Hall Road in Cobbs Creek. He had just turned two years old three days before this happened.
Whoever hit my dog, I am not angry at you. I know that accidents happen. We live on a sharp corner; feet from where a young man recently lost his life and where earlier in 2013, a car full of young adults crashed. I only pray that you had a good reason as to why you did not stop and check on him or even pull him out of the road. I write this letter not to reprimand you, but to thank some very special people instead.
To the man who was driving a truck and immediately pulled over and carried my dog out of the road before we could even get out of the door, thank you. Your simple gesture means more to us than you know. We also want to thank the other man who pulled over and used his flashlight as a means to slow down oncomi...
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