Can you help find the good Samaritans who helped a partially sighted man after a bad fall in Norwich?
- Credit: Archant
A Brundall woman is appealing to find the two gentleman who went to her husband's aid late yesterday afternoon after he had a bad fall by the steps at the top end of Norwich Market.
Brian Moore, who works at Norwich train station ticket office, is partially sighted and fell down the stairs at the Guildhall end of the market as he thought there was a slope instead of steps.
Wife Esther Moore said: 'My husband did thank them at the time but we both feel this kindness needs to be recognised.
'My husband is registered partially sighted and his sight is slowly getting worse. The pavement appeared to him as a slope but it was steps and he fell.
'He felt very dazed and these two lovely guys came to his aid and helped him up.'
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Brian was left with a badly swollen elbow and wrist and a nasty graze on his knee.
Esther usually accompanies her husband to the city but Brian had an appointment with the RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) campaign officer so went alone.
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Esther added: 'If it was you or you know who these kind guys were please accept my deepest thanks.
'It isn't much but we both really appreciate their help.'
Do you know these two gentlemen? Get in touch at Louisa.Baldwin@Archant.co.uk