US Officer And A Thanksgiving Meal Save An Irish Man’s Life

Most of us were blessed to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday at our dinner table surrounded by family but not everyone was able to do so, US Customs and Border Protection Officer Kyle Nosan was serving at Shannon Precelarance, in Ireland this year away from his family.

The officer decided to do good even though he was in a strange country, he checked his neighbor and dropped him a holiday meal which eventually helped the stranger’s life according to officials at the US Embassy Dublin who took to Twitter to explain what had happened.

“Last Thursday, Americans in Ireland celebrated Thanksgiving. U.S. CBP Officer Kyle Nosan, assigned to Shannon Preclearance, took the opportunity to drop off a holiday meal at his Irish neighbor’s home and ended up saving his life. His neighbor was suffering a medical emergency.

“Officer Nosan alerted emergency services while waiting with him. His neighbor is now recovering well. Thanks to you, CBPO Nosan.”

They wrote that it was a serious case of being in the right place at the right time and thankfully, a happy ending to what could have been a very different story.

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