From a comment under the Coroner’s press release on the death of Daniel P. Anderson.
I was at the scene that night.
The woman who saw him, and nearly hit him herself, did stop immediately, and placed the first 911 call.
He was then stuck by a second car (which left the scene, thus the investigation), which was was witnessed by a third car, who also immediately stopped.
The woman in this third car placed the second 911 call, reporting a pedestrian had been hit, after quickly turning her car around in the intersection, facing into traffic to light the fallen man and warn oncoming cars.
She was able to stop oncoming traffic and was on the line with 911 as we started CPR on the fallen man.
Please give your fellow citizens the benefit of the doubt rather than jumping to conclusions about whether or not people did all they could to help.
I was one of at least 4 people who took turns doing CPR on the fallen man as we waited for the ambulance to arrive.
A tragedy those who were there that night will not soon forget.