Officer, Mario Olivera, Cheryl discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
Boston's NewsRadio talking with two American heroes, and we were going to get two phone calls right away. But Bob DiNapoli, former Woburn Officer Mario Olivera from a Somerville officer. Both suffered incredible wounds, A TTE the hands of assailants that just shows I think in very personal terms. Um, how dangerous the job is. So let's just get to folks as many as possible. They are involved in an organization which deals with this. This very issue organization called Is pronounced as a VIP. Oh, violently injured police officers. We're going to talk about that a little bit later on, But I'd like to get to callers right away. Gentlemen. If it's okay with Poul, have you Well, said. Good. Here we go. Charlie in is in New Hampshire. Cheryl in thanks so much for calling in your own nighttime there on the rink Central line. Um, first I want to thank both of you officers for your service. And for the the risks that you took, and my Brother is a disabled, retired police officer. I won't go into the details on how he got disabled, but Anyway, It's a very dangerous job. I cannot, for the life of me understand these people who want to defund the police who have no respect for the police. Um, I just wanted to call to say thank you. Thank you very much. Ireland, Ireland. We appreciate it very, very much. I would like to just ask a follow on question because I think Cheryl and makes makes the point that you know her. Her family members in the same situation. How long was each of your recovery's? I'll start with you, Mario in terms.