I was at a McDonalds/gas station today getting my daily cheeseburger. As I drove in I saw a man leaning against his car looking strange. After driving through to get my burger, I swung back around to see if he was still there. Yes, he was, in fact when I said "hey mister, are you ok?" he could not even answer. I then noticed he was dripping in perspiration and holding his left arm. I had my cell phone and called 911. The paramedics told me to ask him to sit down and to stay with him until they arrived, and if he stopped breathing, to call them again. The rescue arrived within 5 minutes. In that time I tried to get others to come and help be with him. There was only one lady who said she was a nurse who stepped up, then she left saying she did not want to get sued. I was so afraid and upset. I don't know CPR and if I did don't know if I could do it. There were people all around and it was so clear this man was really sick, and absolutely no one would help. Even the owners of the service station were reluctant to come out. The man looked to be around 50 and was driving a late model Mercedes. I want to know what is wrong with people? It is nice to know they will just ignore someone and let them drop dead for fear of getting involved. After the paramedics arrived and I left and could not stop crying. I was sobbing and so upset. I guess it is my illness that makes me so sensitive. I made the mistake of calling my husband which I should not have done. He was upset because of me crying. I wish I was stronger and not sick. Its times like this I realize how weak I am. I sure hope I am better one day.