Woman praises kind officer who helped her after car accident

Woman praises kind officer who helped her after car accident

A woman has taken to social media to gush about the kindness of a local police officer who helped her after she got into an accident. The grateful woman thanked him for keeping her calm after the scary ordeal.

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Nicole Sieberhagen‎ took to the #ImStaying Facebook group to share her story. She commended the "amazing man" for helping her.

"He showed incredible kindness and kept me calm. Ensured I had enough water and stayed safe while handling paperwork and taking statements"
Woman praises kind officer who helped her after car accident

Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

According to his name tag, the officer's name is Bonginkosi Kanzi. Social media users praised Kanzi for his excellent work. One social media user even identified him as his uncle. Facebook user Bongiwe MaMbathane Ngculu said:

"My uncle, Bonginkosi Khanzi"

Karen De Beer said:

"A good officer is such a rare gem these days. Thank you officer Khanzi...I hope the city rewards you for your excellent service to the public"

Lydia Teperson said:

"Gosh it is a day to be a proud South African. Thank you"

Craig Dell said:

"Well Done Mr Khanzi. Always a pleasure working with you"

Nerine Verwey said:

"So happy to see and hear there is still good one's out there! Recently in an accident, called Tableview Police station more than 5 times. Never pitched up. Was two woman alone and it started towards evening side. Not the greatest experience. But well done Sir, #givethatmanabells!!! (After duty ofcourse hehe)xox"

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a woman thanked a car guard for restoring her faith in humanity. After her tyre got a puncture at a mall, she struggled to replace it with the spare. Many walked right past her without helping until Vusi came to her rescue.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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