It is expected in everyday life, not necessarily in order. If it comes to that, you should know how First aid works. Our author did not know.Bernhard Heckler
Sometimes life with a force not fall with the expected.
get quickly get out of the apartment, into the Schwabing spring evening, ice cream. The trees are green. We are fourth. We talk and laugh and walk. In a particularly beautiful road, we run into a scene that we don't understand at first.
Two people are in a house entrance, next to them a man with the face down on the Asphalt. The man is big and strong, he is like. A trickle of blood running over the curb. More passers-by. Someone says that he had observed how the man towards them, stumbling and then unchecked on his face had fallen. He probably was very drunk. For two minutes nothing happened. Then we Wake up.Federal court
a collapse in physical education - a tragic case does not collapse before the Federal court of justice
to save A life. How is that possible?
The emergency call, I say, the man was unconscious and not responsive, but he still breathe. Someone has said that he's still breathing. He was probably very drunk, I say.
Together we are trying to remind us how the recovery works. Because the man is so big and heavy, it needs three people to rotate it to the side. I can't make it, to get closer to him. I don't see him in his face. To this day, I don't know how he looks like. Instead, I look to the other side of the street, there's a woman watching us from their balcony. She sees that I'm looking at you and looks back.
The neck of the man turns bluish. To save a life. How is that possible? Six people stand there and not know it.
The ambulance comes quickly. A woman beckons to him. As the nurse saw the car driver to us for a long time, it beckons still. It is what you can do. A paramedic gets out. He shakes the man, feels the pulse, then it goes very quickly. "Resuscitate," he calls. He runs to the car and get a suitcase, a second paramedic. Turn the man on the back and pressing rhythmically and hard on his heart. A man goes to his car and opens the door. The light from the interior to help the rescue forces, it is hardly stronger than that of a mobile phone display. He should close the door again, says one of the paramedics. The man asks: "Can I do anything else?"
"do you Dare to push yourself?" A brief Moment of hesitation, then the man says: "Yes." He presses on the heart, while the paramedics loading the Defibrillator. He should not be getting irritated, if the Ribs break, the pass, says a paramedic, and then: "Loaded, away from the patient."
The big, strong body of the man shrugs. Then again, the heart-pressure massage. From a fire engine, two paramedics are on the rise. One doctor says: "All a few meters." So, we are not then there, suddenly no longer part of the Situation, but an observer. The blue lights brighten up the scene of the accident. We enter wait eyes a pair of eyes, then we say goodbye to the bystanders, turn and go. We don't want to take the dying man to look through his Dignity.