Canucks employee has asked the internet to find the person who saved his life and it’s so sweet
A Vancouver Canucks employee sought help online in locating a woman who may have saved his life, and the Internet responded.
On Saturday January 1, the official hockey team Twitter account was posted. a letter from Brian “Red” Hamilton, the assistant in charge of the team.
“I’m trying to find someone very special and I need the help of the hockey community,” Hamilton wrote. “To this woman I’m trying to find, you changed my life, and now I want to find you to say THANK YOU VERY MUCH!”
The letter goes on to say that a woman at a game handed her cell phone to Hamilton with a message saying he should have a mole checked on his neck, which he said made a “difference. that is life changing “for himself and his family.
“Your instincts were right and that mole on the back of the neck was malignant melanoma and thanks to your persistence and the quick work of our doctors, it’s now gone,” he shared.
He then asked the internet to do his job so he could thank the “real life hero,” and very soon after, the two were reunited.
“The internet community helped us find Brian’s hero Nadia and tonight they met in person where he was able to express his heartfelt thanks for saving his life,” the Canucks account tweeted. .
The two shared a heartfelt hug, and Hamilton recalled how the situation turned out for him after Nadia showed him the message on his cell phone, saying he was shocked when he saw it but didn’t. not really processed what she had written to him until the next day.
He remembers saying to his wife, “I owe this person to get checked. […] I don’t know her, I don’t know what she knows, I don’t know anything about her. I need to get this checked out. “
Nadia said she will be starting medical school soon, which is very fitting.
“What an amazing way to start my journey to medical school. It’s pretty priceless,” she said. “I’m so glad for you that you checked it out.”