On May 30 I was biking with our club on the way back to Canmore on the Legacy Trail. On a steep descent, I fell on the paved trail and skidded to the bottom.
As I laid there with our group helping me, a white car stopped on the Trans-Canada Highway and then backed up with the flashers on. The female driver asked if she could help.
Our group lifted me over the cement barrier and into her car. The woman checked to make sure I was secure and then told me she was taking me to the hospital.
When we arrived she drove the car right up to the emergency department entrance, stopped and brought a wheelchair to the car. She then helped me into the wheelchair.
Once secure, she wheeled me into the emergency department.
This wonderful woman stayed with me until members of my group arrived and then quietly left.
I did not have the presence of mind to ask her name. I was in shock with a bleeding arm, dislocated shoulder and broken ribs. She was a saint.
I do hope this thank you gets back to her.