(WGRZ) It's a question you can't fully answer until it happens to you. Until crisis strikes, your answer can only be hypothetical.
If a Jeep has crashed with four teenagers on board, and there's a 16-year-old boy bleeding out on the side of the road with his life in danger, you have to ask yourself the question.
Would you stop?
Seems like a no-brainer. But maybe it's not.
"I remember screaming for help," Bailey Mcgroarty said, "as a car drove by."
"Some might say, hey, that's not my thing," said Michael Mcgroarty, Bailey's father.
And then there was Robert Nicholas.
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