Idaho Statesman carrier Jennifer Anderson met Kim Gray, the granddaughter of 96-year-old Melvin Williamson, at St. Luke's downtown on Friday afternoon. Anderson alerted police after she noticed that Williamson's door has been propped open for two days while she was delivering the newspaper. Williamson is now recovering having fallen and spending two days on the floor and unable to summon help. Anderson made a bouquet of "flowers" made out of newspaper advertisements to share with Williamson's family.
Idaho Statesman carrier Jennifer Anderson met Kim Gray, the granddaughter of 96-year-old Melvin Williamson, at St. Luke's downtown on Friday afternoon. Anderson alerted police after she noticed that Williamson's door has been propped open for two days while she was delivering the newspaper. Williamson is now recovering having fallen and spending two days on the floor and unable to summon help. Anderson made a bouquet of "flowers" made out of newspaper advertisements to share with Williamson's family. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com
Idaho Statesman carrier Jennifer Anderson met Kim Gray, the granddaughter of 96-year-old Melvin Williamson, at St. Luke's downtown on Friday afternoon. Anderson alerted police after she noticed that Williamson's door has been propped open for two days while she was delivering the newspaper. Williamson is now recovering having fallen and spending two days on the floor and unable to summon help. Anderson made a bouquet of "flowers" made out of newspaper advertisements to share with Williamson's family. Joe Jaszewski jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com

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