|Wreck victim seeks woman who administered aid|
Hisel Bonnick of Neave-Milford Road, Falmouth, was traveling on Highway 22 towards town in a green Chevrolet pick-up truck around 8:15 a.m. the morning of September 26 when she flipped her vehicle and her hand was severely crushed during the accident.
A young woman was traveling the opposite direction from Falmouth en route to Maysville for college. She stopped and administered first-aid to Bonnick by tying off her wrist and stopping the bleeding.
Bonnick was unable to be air cared that morning and had to be transported to Maysville and then later to University of Cincinnati. During the chaos that ensued, Bonnick never did get a chance to thank the young lady who stopped to help or even get her name.
If not for her quick action, the result of her injuries could have been worse than what was already sustained.
Bonnick is now looking for the female that helped her that fateful morning. If she or someone else who can identify the young woman reads this, please contact Bonnick at 606-735-9219.
"I just want to thank her personally for everything she did to help," said Bonnick.