to Fire Station #12. Yesterday, which was the 17th, my husband had a flat on our truck. He does a little yard work to try and get ends to meet. It was real, real hot, and no one stopped to help him. The fire truck pulled up — we were at Phillips 66 gas station on Bert Kouns — and they just jumped out and taken over.
On the heels of the everexpanding story about cooking the books of patient wait lists at Department of Veterans Affairs hospitals (during which it appears that some veterans died while awaiting care), it now appears those who stepped forward are being punished.
“This represents a positive transition from the Providence House and I appreciate how our community united to work with the state and others to make sure our area would not go even one night without these critical services being made available to victims of domestic violence,” Mayor Cedric Glover said.