Another weekend has arrived! I'm going to try to make the best use of it. And by that, I mean take a really long nap while using my new present.
My wonderful friend, Dana, sent me this story a little while back and it's just incredible. There's not much else I can say to set this one up.
So last week my co-worker, Jenn, and I were going out to lunch. While stopped at a light, we were rear-ended (in my husband’s SUV—oops!). I throw it in park, get out, and start walking toward the offending vehicle. Noticing that the other driver is gesturing at me and that his vehicle is still pushing into mine—I prepare myself for a conflict and march on… only to find that he’s actually having a grand mal seizure. I run back to my car and yell for Jenn to get out and call the ambulance. I’m totally panicking, but heading back to the other guy’s car, I see that another driver has pulled over, and was calmly holding onto him and talking to him. Turns out this Good Samaritan is a pediatric critical care nurse, who just happened to be driving by, and stopped to help—and by help, I mean he put this man’s car in park, made sure the guy was safe, stable, and talking by the time the ambulance arrived, stayed around for another 25 minutes to fill out the police report, and then left me his name/number in case I needed anything. How nice is that!!!
Thank goodness for that Good Samaritan! Can you imagine what could have happened if he wasn't there?? Sheesh.
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