Rode up on first accident outside of hospital.... - page 7
Hey my fellow RN's! I need some advice. I was on my way home from my moma's house and rode up on a car accident. Medics were not on the scene yet. I pull over, get out of my car and head to... Read More
Aug 2, '13Quote from shoegalRNnahhh.Hey my fellow RN's! I need some advice.
I was on my way home from my moma's house and rode up on a car accident. Medics were not on the scene yet. I pull over, get out of my car and head to the first car. The guy is on his cell phone, says he hit his head, but otherwise ok. I hear medics running hot to the scene. I asked him if he knew what happened and he said "yeah". He knew what year it was and then he tells me to check on the guy in other car.
The other car is in the middle of the highway and traffic was stalled. I run over to the other car and bang on the window and he is also on his cell phone, he states he is not hurt and he is ok.
So, I leave since both guys are ok, the one who hit his head was A&O, and I heard sierens.
On the drive home, I couldnt help but think did the guy who hit his head may needed a CT? What if he had a brain bleed? Then I thought, I didnt even have any equipment in my car (only the kit the American Cross give you when you complete BLS) and even that was in my other car.
Would you have stayed? I'm wondering if I should have stayed until help actually got on the scene, although both parties "seemed" ok.
Now I'm beating myself up over this......