Accolades continue to pour in for Transport Board Driver Dale Hall whose swift action earlier this month helped to save the life of Lodge School student Allisha Downes.
Sagicor General Insurance was the latest company to show appreciation to the hero who also happens to be a client of the insurer.
He received complimentary motor insurance for one year as well as dinner for two at Champers Restaurant during a recent presentation at the company’s Haggatt Hall office.
Sagicor General’s Vice President, Insurance Operations Mark Prescott said the team was pleased to also be able to show appreciation to Hall for his act of bravery.
“We are proud to have Dale as a Sagicor General customer. Like many Barbadians, the team was incredibly touched by his deed and it was an honour for us to be able to tangibly acknowledge his effort.”
On April 30, thirteen-year-old Alisha suffered an asthma attack while travelling on the school bus that Dale was driving. The former soldier ran with her on his back to the nearest medical facility, the Randal Phillips Polyclinic in Oistins, Christ Church to get her help. (PR)