It is still not too late to commend the patrol crew who assisted me when my tire broke along North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) in the afternoon of Christmas day.
It was not easy and safe to drive along with a flat tire along expressways especially during Christmas eve when everybody is on leave and when the majority of offices are closed. But not with the ardent NLEX patrol crew, R. Avila (male crew) and I. Fajardo (female crew) who arrived at the nick of time along 5-kilometer Candaba viaduct which is not safe to get stall.

Tire change along Candaba Viaduct

Christmas day for this patrol crew is just like an ordinary day. They are very dedicated and diligent to their job and agile to assist motorists when eventuality comes in.
Their assistance is highly commendable and deserves to be emulated. I appreciate these Samaritans who rejected any financial payback. I would also like to thank the North Luzon Expressway Management, which breeds these highly trained individuals to be of great help to motorists. A snappy salute to all of you.

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