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Eileen Davis
Eileen Davis

this man showed compassion to a defenceless animal in danger......he should be commended for his act of kindness not ridiculed. there is not enough compassion in the world today. allow this man back to do his job.

Connie Luye
Connie Luye

this is ridiculous. part of our jobs we have also have to do with character so this is pure selfishness on the employers behalf! This is a great act of humankind not something that should be repremanded for!

Connie Breding
Connie Breding

He should not lose his job; he should be hailed as a hero!

Peggy Hargis
Peggy Hargis

Good for tom for Saving this little dog. I can see that those that are against him are not animal lovers. I would have done the same thing.

Dean Tomkinson
Dean Tomkinson

is it because he didn't follow safety protocol? rimini (coss) pack etc? could be a very dangerous thing to do, but if he is the station master, he would know best! commend the guy not punish him. if anything it is good for the rail industrys public image.

Daniel Rolland Bastian

This man should be rewarded for saving the life of a dear little dog! Instead, he's treated like a criminal? What the hell is going on?

Joanna Hughes
Joanna Hughes

Well done for rescuing this little mite shame on the rail company.

Julian Smalley
Julian Smalley

Wouldn't have suspended him if it was a human I bet! x

Deb Johnson
Deb Johnson

This man should be praised and not koose his job for his humane act of saving this defencless dog.

Barney Wilson
Barney Wilson

I think most people would think that the company and the health safety dept would give this guy a citizen of the year award, and a raise. There's something wrong with a company that doesn't recognize good deeds.

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