Thursday, December 27, 2007

Lollipop Lady Returns From The Dead

A Lollipop woman Mrs June McCombie aged 60 of Aberdeen was treated in hospital after suffering a heart attack. Rumours that she had passed away quickly circulated.

No one knows how the rumours started but people actually believed she had died and many children at the school where she worked as a crossing guard were very upset.

So she went to the school when she got out of hospital and surprised them all. Mrs McCombie said: "My life revolves around the children and I hope to go back to work in January."

Tragedy struck as Mrs McCombie left the school and was hit by a car as she crossed the road, she was announced dead upon arrival at the local hospital.

The children at Walker Road Primary school, in Torry will not be told of her passing as a second time may be too much for them. Mr Edwards the headmaster will spread the rumour of an early retirement to keep them happy.

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