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Letter: Grateful to officer


Grateful to officer

To the editor:

I was involved in a car accident May 15. I was hit from behind and my car was totaled. The only good thing about that night was the policeman who came to the scene. His name is Mark Kominske.

Officer Kominske was professional, considerate and caring. He saw how upset I was and took the time to calm me down while proceeding with the investigation.

Police officers seldom get enough credit for the good things they do. Plainville residents should be proud of their men in blue. I know I am.

Susan Abram

Plainville



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