I had the unfortunate experience of seeing a poor individual having an epileptic seizure.

Dallas, Texas
November 4, 2015 9:57pm CST
I was so upset by this that I cried. The poor young man lost control and fell on the cement and hit his head and I saw as people came to his aid as others walked casually by. I was thankful to God that someone had come to his aid. Such things are very traumatic to the person suffering this disorder and many feel more embarrassed by seeing such things than sympathetic. An ambulance had to be called to the man's rescue and I did not leave right away. I had to drive home right after this. I was in no shape to just go about my day as usual. At that time I did not have a cell phone. I did however own a trunking scanner. I am very sensitive to other people. I would not last long in an ER setting.
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@jstory07 (66152)
• Roseburg, Oregon
5 Nov 15
I am glad that there was an ambulances called and now he will get help.
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• Dallas, Texas
5 Nov 15
Yes. I stayed and waited in my car until the paramedics got hold of him and took him to the hospital ER. I was terribly upset by this and think God was there for him.
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@jstory07 (66152)
• Roseburg, Oregon
5 Nov 15
@lookatdesktopMy best friend had eplieptic fits and I only see him have one once. But i had read up on what to do and I stayed there and helped him. Everyone else left real quick.
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• Philippines
5 Nov 15
@jstory07 @lookatdesktop i think most people want to help, but may not know what to do, or how much they can do without doing harm, more so if someone hit their head.