This is a true incident which I experienced, while I was driving to my office. I was placed in a very awkward situation,when I got help from a police constable whose whereabouts were not known.The letter of thanks of the unknown constable was never sent.
Dear Unknown Police Constable,
I am writing this letter to thank you for helping me out of the difficult situation in which I was unwittingly caught. Even though you did not know whether I was at fault or not, you supported me.Perhaps you were moved seeing a lady surrounded by so many people, all shouting at the pitch of their voice and myself , on the verge of tears, sitting in the car at the steering wheel helplessly. You shooed away all those people who were blaming me for no fault of mine.You got the way cleared for me and asked me to drive away. I looked at you thankfully wanting to tell you the whole incident but you gestured that I should leave. I tried to look for you at the same crossing for many days but never saw you.
I want you to know the details of the whole incident.I am a very cautious driver. You know that during morning and evening the roads are full of mad traffic. Everyone is in a hurry and overtake from the wrong side. I was near the Tughlak Road crossing. The traffic signal was green.As soon as I neared, it turned red.I applied the brake and stopped. Behind my car a young man,was driving a motorbike recklessly.He just banged into my car from behind. He got down and started shouting at me. I explained that I could not cross the red light. This man was in no mood to listen and continued to blame me. So many people collected there.Seeing a lady alone and helpless they were watching the Tamasha.You came as a good Samaritan and dispersed the crowd.How much I thanked God that He sent you to rescue me.
God bless you.You are such a nice and kind human being.
A lady in distress whom you helped
This post is written in response to Write Tribe Letters Unsent # 2