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By  faeliality  |  20

Wow OP, I'm sorry. That's really unfortunate. But hey at least you may have saved somebody's life today. There's good people and bad people in this world. Karma will catch up with him :)

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  Lalala579121  |  25

Actually it's more that if people try to help they can be sued. Also not all people are first aid trained, and would have no idea what to do in a situation like this. And even less people are CPR trained.

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  Aethereal  |  14

How come not all that many people have first aid training? Over here its mandatory for everyone who has a driving licence, has been in military, it's required in many non-medical workplaces, etc - so majority of people will have gone through 2-3 first aid trainings, and it always includes CPR. We also have the duty to aid within our capabilities. The OP is also from Sweden, where suing isn't as common as in the US.

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  ast3150  |  13

If the person is conscious you should not be performing CPR. Also, if they're conscious they can let you know if they consent to you helping or not.

By  faeliality  |  20

Wow OP, I'm sorry. That's really unfortunate. But hey at least you may have saved somebody's life today. There's good people and bad people in this world. Karma will catch up with him :)

By  ApeTheGreatApe  |  9

Don't be so quick to judge people. This thief you describe could have just as likely been a local hero using the phone to call 911 and the purse to swing at any villains who dare try and stop him

By  emh86  |  11

There is a video on Utube somewhere of a man having a seizure in the middle of a shopping mall. A man walks up to him, pulls his wallet from the mans pants and walks off. There really are some low people around! You were doing a great thing yourself OP. I hope the person you gave CPR to pulled through.

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