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I get it. They're pushing vernacular, but why? Because a sick person can't get through a healthy sentence? Jesus Christ, where to begin?
THE best thing to do is not TO get on the train.
...ask someone to do it for you. Do what? Fade?
Someone from our staff or the police will stay with you until you can be on your way, or you're in the right hands. This is where the derailing becomes wreckage. In this case, the comma/or creates an opposition implying that being helped by the staff or the police would put you in the wrong hands. And, there is the irritating construction at the start of the sentence. This might be repaired in one of two ways:
Our staff or the police...
Someone from our staff, or FROM the police....
Take care. Yeah. Right.