Yep, I've done CPR on an motorcycle accident - and got a pulsless, breathless person back (with a lot of his blood and teeth in my mouth). Anywhere I am, I try to stay open to helping someone in need - not only since I've been a nurse, but throughout my life. I don't think I could have ignored a child in distress, especialy since I am the parent of 2 and grandparent of 9. There isn't much you could have done as a "nurse" in that situation - whether it was a trauma with broken bones, or a bee sting - the most important intervention is to comfort a child in distress and keep them calm while you locate her guardian. That dosn't take nursing - just not being a "horrible person".