Opinion: Students thanfkul for fire response

Late on Saturday, Feb. 28, our home on Weybridge Street in Middlebury caught fire. We are incredibly thankful that everyone is safe and there were no injuries.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude for the firefighters and first responders who arrived on the scene in response to the 911 calls, risking their lives in an attempt to save our house and belongings.
Both the town of Middlebury and the college community have helped us navigate this challenging time with unwavering support and an outpouring of kindness. We are touched by the heartfelt displays of empathy and compassion from all of you.
The generosity, concern, and hospitality we received from our friends and neighbors only reaffirmed our belief in the familial closeness embodied by this Middlebury community.
We are immensely grateful. Thank you.
Lydia Gordon, Jane McCabe, Sayre White, Nic Strain, Danny Andrada and Brandon Robinson
Editor’s note. The writer’s of this letter are Middlebury College students. They said they have all moved into on-campus housing, are settling in and plan to remain on campus for the remainder of the semester.

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