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Not everyone needs to get credit for their good deeds.
A few of the holiday turned into a nightmare when an urgent medical situation to the others. Not being able to pay for an emergency flight back to the united states, or in well-equipped hospitals, and they had been praying for a miracle.
“I was told that the flight would have cost more than 20 thousand dollars,” Narcene Was told WPDE. “I know that people are compassionate, but who would really want to do it? I was in disbelief that it was happening, but I was just so grateful that it was there.”
Amazingly, it seems to me that someone has replied.
An anonymous donor has paid for the couple to be medically evacuated from Freeport in the Bahamas, returned to Wilmington, N. C., WPDE reports. As a part of the terms of the payment, however, was that the name of the donor will never be disclosed to the public.
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“I was told that the flight would have cost more than $20,000,” Narcene Was told WPDE. “I know that people are compassionate, but who would really want to do it? I was in disbelief that it was happening, but I was just so grateful that it was there.”
Campbell had been on a Christmas cruise with her husband, Bruce, when he was hit by a stroke. The couple was taken to a nearby hospital, in Freeport, but were told that they would have to get Bruce to a better-equipped facility.
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“This person is going to be my Christmas angel. He is my Christmas miracle,” Narcene Campbell said. “If he listens, he sees, he needs to know that we are so thankful for him and that’s when I’m able to, I’m going to have to pay it forward. I’m going to have to find someone who is in need of help, and I will try to help you.”
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According to WPDE, Bruce, is being treated at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington. He is reportedly in a medically induced coma.