Buffalo Middle School Student Gets Award From Mayor Brown For Her Viral Note

2 years ago



Do you remember this viral note from middle school student to a college student whose car was hit by the school bus? Well, the young man was able to save thousands of dollars thanks to this note. Finally, his saver was found. December 2013, Mayor Brown awarded Buffalo middle school student for her lucky hit-and-run note. And here’s what the Typical Student team is going to share with you today.


Original Story





For those who somehow have missed this story, let’s remind what was the note about. Basically, it said:


"If you wondering what happen to your car.
Bus: 449 hit your car It stops here everyday to drop me off.
At 5:00pm.
What happened? She was trying to pull off and hit the car. She hit and run. She tried to tear over and squeeze threw but couldn’t. She actually squeezed threw. She made a dent and I saw what happened.
-Driver seat left door
-A lady in the bus driver seat 499.
-Buffalo Public School bus
-A 6th grader at Houghten Academy"

The girl also made a quick drawing of the bus.

According to Sipowicz, Griffin saved him thousands of dollars.


Who Is This Student?





Her name is Ziarra Griffin and she’s a sixth grader at Houghton Academy. Recently, Mayor Byron Brown presented the Civilian Award of Merit for the note Ziarra made for Canisius College student Andrew Sipowicz.


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