After A Man’s Car Was Damaged In A Hit-And-Run, He Discovered A Detailed Note Left By A Sixth-Grader

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Image: Twitter/Andrew Sipowicz

Unfortunately, drivers sometimes find that their vehicles have been damaged through no fault of their own. And Andrew Sipowicz has been one of them, as he discovered in November 2018 that his parked red Ford Mustang had been involved in a hit-and-run incident. However, while Sipowicz was assessing what had happened to his car, he found a handwritten note by a sixth-grader.

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A resident of Buffalo, New York, Sipowicz had grown up harboring a passion for one sport in particular: baseball. And in his younger years, he had impressed as a pitcher for his high-school team before going on to play at college level.

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When it came to higher education, moreover, Sipowicz had applied for a place at Buffalo’s Canisius College. The institution – so named in honor of Dutch teacher St. Peter Canisius – was first established back in 1870. And, initially, the college had started out in one building; it’s gradually expanded since, though.

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