To the Editor:
On Nov. 8, 2020, our sister and Harvey Cedars resident experienced a stroke in Holgate and ended up driving her auto into a sand dune. A fisherman arrived right away to provide aid and for that we, the Molettiere, Moyer and Kroll families, are really grateful.
Getting her disoriented and perplexed, he summoned the nearby police. Officer Matt Vereb of the Lengthy Seaside Township Law enforcement Office arrived straight away and termed an ambulance. He also scrolled by her cell cell phone contacts and located the name and number of a relative whose design enterprise does function on Very long Seashore Island. Fortunately, Officer Vereb recognized his name and was able to make make contact with and warn our family in just minutes. He also retained our sister’s canine safe and sound right up until we have been ready to retrieve him.
In this impersonal planet, it’s wonderful to know our initial responders stay related to the local community and offer a individual and occasionally lifesaving touch in helping its inhabitants. Our story has a pleased ending. Treatment and recovery have been particularly successful due to the fact of the swift steps by Officers Vereb and Vorhees. Most importantly, Officer Vereb’s immediate speak to with our household enabled us to get to the clinic speedily and ultimately give permission for them to fly our sister to Jersey Shore Health-related Heart.
Alongside with Officers Vereb and Voorhees, we thank the ambulance staff, the nurses and medical professionals at Southern Ocean Clinical Center, and the helicopter crew for their fantastic treatment of our sister.