On this year’s National Random Acts of Kindness Day (February 17th), we are proud to recognize Comcast Washington’s Network Maintenance Supervisor, Ryan Clise.
While going home from work, Ryan saw a driver hit a bicyclist in the crosswalk at the I-405 onramp. The driver who struck the cyclist stopped further down the onramp but was too far away to provide swift help.
The injured bicyclist was wearing low vis gear and in harm’s way of being struck by traffic coming onto the onramp. Ryan quickly and safely jumped into action, positioning his truck with flashers, and coned off the area where the injured bicyclist was located.
This action provided a protective barricade to prevent further injury to the injured cyclist until aid cars arrived and provided traffic control. Due to Ryan’s continuous drive to do the right thing and go above and beyond that, we are pleased to celebrate Ryan for his Random Act of Kindness.
National Random Acts of Kindness is celebrated by individuals, groups, and organizations nationwide and inspires people daily. As a favorite celebration for many, people everywhere enjoy doing these acts of kindness.