She is a good Samaritan
by an irresistible vocation.
I sent her the stamps, received the bottle, and resolved to let her drop out of my life; I had been a good Samaritan
to her at the request of my friend, but the best of Samaritans resents the offer of healing oil for his own use.
Eugene police announced Monday that they are looking for a "hero" after a good Samaritan
saved the life of a man who had overdosed on heroin Sunday morning near West 13th Avenue and Polk Street.
If a Good Samaritan
chooses to be a witness, she will be examined with utmost care and respect.
By passing a Good Samaritan
law in New Jersey, we will better prepare our state to respond rapidly and efficiently to the next Super-storm Sandy.
California, the first state to enact a Good Samaritan
statute in 1959, is an exception, as it may excuse even gross negligence as long as the act was done in good faith.
In a 1963 AMA survey, approximately half of responding physicians said they would render emergency help, and this did not depend on whether there was a Good Samaritan
statute in place (Sanders GB.
The victim was saved from a worse fate when a Good Samaritan
- believed to be from the Rugby area - heard her screaming and scared her attacker away.