Poznanski, who works at the Home Depot in Racine, Wisconsin, recently shared an encounter they had with a woman who visited the outlet looking for some help after her dog had died.
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Between them and a few other employees, it took around two hours to craft a wooden casket. Not long after, Ted Todd Insurance tweeted that the man in the video was an employee of their company, stating that the man had been terminated. Waters said she let Hill know that if she was Wiscnsin to demand other customers wear their masks, then it was important for her to wear one as well, according to a Facebook post published by Waters detailing the interaction.
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Latest News. This is simply about doing the right thing and helping somebody get through an extremely difficult time. Kelly Taylor Hayes and Storyful contributed Raine this report.
Confused, we asked what for. The woman entered the store early on June 8, and looked very distraught, he shared about the encounter on Facebook shortly following the incident.
Hill was arrested and charged with battery and disorderly conduct, according to police. I believe in white power. She went on to explain that her thirteen year old golden lab had been suffering all weekend and her and her husband finally made the decision to take the pup in to worke put down.
Seeing Wiscosin tears of closure on the face of the woman after showing her this puppy casket made the whole thing worth it and then some. A Costco customer confronted another shopper in Florida earlier this week for apparently not wearing a facial covering. The incident is one of many in recent days that have been caught on camera of people flouting Wiwconsin mandates that have been implemented in order to help slow the spread of COVID