Today I started off with a run, did the usual Yarra River and Tan route. Melbourne was empty, though the Tan was packed! Just felt like I was among my people. Nice to see so many runners out there. I did one lap of the Tan counter clockwise, then I saw a clock on the loop that had the exact distance on it, (3.827KM or 2.38 miles) so I decided to do a solo race on it. The first 1.25 KM is a big hill, so it is tough at first. I ended up doing the loop in 16:38 which is a 6:59 mile pace, my fastest race since 2010. And no one passed me in my solo race lol.
When I almost got back to my hotel, I saw a guy down the street that was passed out and his arms were flailing around. I debated on walking down to help him, I decided to go check him out. He was breathing, but non responsive when I touched him. I saw another tourist walking by me, I asked if they could call an ambulance for him since it would cost me a ton of money to call one. After calling the ambulance, the dispatcher didn't want to send an ambulance it seemed like. Eventually the guy stood up, his eyes were crazy and his arms were still going crazy. He had no idea where he was. He walked off before the ambulance could be dispatched. I hope he didn't hurt himself or others when he walked off. Don't know if this stuff happens often in Melbourne as to why the dispatcher didn't want to send an ambulance. Didn't know if I should have tried to help him or not. Just seemed like he was in trouble and needed help.
Then watched the 49ers game, the QB Kapernick had an insane game! He set an all time QB record for rushing yards with 200, and basically won the game single handedly!
What would you have done in my situation above?