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January 8, 2020 · OPINION

Bus driver appreciates help during snowstorm

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By Teresa Kidwell Monaco

Fauquier County has some awesome people. I want to say thank you to Sheriff’s Deputy Kristi Kiernan, Orlean Fire and Rescue and Marshall resident Kevin Greeley.

After my students were delivered home safely yesterday (Tuesday), my bus aide and I were heading back to our parking location. Leaving Hume and heading toward Orlean, we got stuck on a hill.

Orlean Fire and Rescue and others came by to help us. Deputy Kiernan also showed up. All of them tried to help and they contacted a wrecker for us.

Later on, as it was getting dark, Deputy Kiernan showed back up to check on us. She was out in the weather on that hill trying to get us going

Mr. Greeley showed up and offered to pull us up the hill and to the firehouse.

I can tell everyone there are kind, caring, awesome people in Fauquier County. Thank you all for being there for us.
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