This morning while walking to my car I saw 2 people, a man and a woman, standing in the road. Upon further inspection there was a man lying on the ground, and the woman was holding his head up. I asked if they needed help, to which the woman replied that the guy on the ground had a siezure and hit his head, and that an ambulance was already on the way. She asked if I knew him, and I replied that I didn't (I only know a couple of people in my apartment complex, and he wasn't one of them). With an ambulance on the way, and not having any medical training, there wasn't anything I could do but stand there and watch (like the guy, holding his dog, was doing), so I got in my car and headed to work. What bothers me, though, is the look the guy gave me as I was driving off. Something in between sad and disgusted. Like "how can you leave someone lying in the road like this?" I've asked several people, including my girlfriend (who does have some medical training), and everyone agrees I did the right thing, as it certainly wouldn't have helped the situation to stand there and watch. Like the guy with his dog was doing. And if I was lying on the ground having a siezure I wouldn't want a bunch of people standing around staring at me. But I just can't shake the feeling that I did something wrong... Thoughts? Would you have stayed and been a spectator (for lack of a better word), or left?