1st Aid moral(?) dilema

Would you walk away

  • No, I'd help

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  • Yes, walk away from the little sh*t

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#1
You are one of the first to get to the scene of a motorbike that has crashed into a tree, the casualty is moaning quietly, he had no helmet on and has an obvious broken leg. You then realize that the casualty is a young chav with many many convictions for nicking motorbikes/cars and has many ASBO's, he is a well known nasty little chav tw*t.

You could give 1st aid but decide not to and walk away.

Bad boy or good drills ?
 

spad

War Hero
#2
as the good bible said turn the other cheek and walk away............. what do you mean i cant pick and choose which bit to listern too??
 
#3
Sorry despite the fact he is a Chav my first instinct would be to administer first aid, I just couldn't walk away.



However if this was the NAAFI my answer may have been different
 
#4
Bieng a keen Biker I would have to walk away having first administered pain relief - a good stomp on the other leg will take his mind off the broken one. :D
 
#5
re-stilly said:
Sorry despite the fact he is a Chav my first instinct would be to administer first aid, I just couldn't walk away.



However if this was the NAAFI my answer may have been different
Thats why I went for the Int Cell, I'm looking for truer answers.
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
#6
I'd reset his leg... on the spot.
 
#7
I'd probably help but give him a lecture at the same time. A nice captive audience. If he's not paying attention give his leg a shake. :twisted:
 
C

cloudbuster

Guest
#8
Two questions spring to mind:

1) Is the bike worth having?

2) What casualty?
 
#9
I'd stop to administer first aid, making sure he was as uncomfortable as possible, so the pain was that intense, he'd think twice about riding a motorbike again. ;)
 
#12
I suspect that any attempt I made to help him would be prevented by the intense heat and flames.

RIP brave solja

Braap braap
 
#13
Nowadays people get sued for administering 1st aid on the spot. So I would make him sign a disclaimer before doing anything.
 
#14
Unfortunately I'd be compelled to give first aid, my missis is a nurse, she has to treat all sorts of losers and wasters who are in with serious heart conditions, a lot of them are in that state through drug abuse. She cant play god, neither could I.




So next time I run the little f^ck off the road I'll make sure he's snuffed it.
 
#15
when the local scroate fell off his motorbike in the road.
I quickly phoned the non emergancy line and after a wait.
informed them seemed quite upset with I did explain had phoned several times to complain about his antics riding on pavement etc etc.
 
#17
why is this thread not in the naffi? it would be so much better
 
#18
He is still a human being - I would promptly write for help!
 
#20
smudge67 said:
polar69 said:
, my missis is a nurse, .
Prove it. We need photos as proof ;)

In uniform obviously.
Without any uniform is acceptable. :wink:


As for the moral dilema I would phone 999 and when the plod turned up they could do the first aid.
 
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