Everett Fire Stations Collecting Donations for Good Samaritan Theft Victim

November 12, 2012

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Everett Firefighters are among several groups helping good samaritan Peggy Ray

On Saturday we told you about the nursing student who had hundreds of dollars taken from her car while she attended to an elderly couple involved in a car wreck on I-5. Today the Everett Fire Department has announced that people who would like to donate to the woman, identified as Peggy Ray, can drop off donations at any Everett Fire Station and they will make sure she receives them. Rick Robinson, of Everett Fire says several people have come up with substantial donations including officers from the Lynnwood Police Department and a central Everett business owner. Robinson says the Everett Fire Department is not sponsoring a donation drive, Everett Firefighters are simply acting as a drop off point for citizens who would like to donate to Ray and show her appreciation for being a good samaritan. Cash donations are being accepted and if you’d like to make out a check it should be payable to Peggy Ray. Here is a list of Everett Fire stations where you can drop off donations. Please note there are not always firefighters available to help and you may have to come back another time or visit another station.

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