A young girl from New Zealand has wrote a heart-warming note to police, thanking them for “catching drunk people”.
The letter was shared on the Auckland Police Instagram page, after Madison had written her thanks to the police for pulling over her mum at a random breath testing spot.'
“I just wanted to thank you for helping everybody because a few weeks ago my dad was crashed into by a drunk lady. Lucky he was okay,” the letter reads.
“Thank you for standing out in the cold.”
The officers appreciated Madison’s letter so much, the constable wrote her a response.
“Your mum is right! We do try to stop drunk people from driving in order to keep them safe, as well as other people on the road like your family,” the letter reads.
“I am sorry to hear your Dad was in an accident, but pleased he is OK. It’s good to remember that we all make mistakes, but it is what we learn from them and how we act afterwards that shows what type of person we really are.”
News.com.au reports organisation NESA that helps victims of drink driving were so impressed with Madison’s letter, they offered to send her a present.
“Amazing letter. Madison our organisation was created for you in mind so that you can live in a world free of drink driving. If you get in touch with us, we would love to send you a gift to say thanks for your beautiful letter to the police.”
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