Seth Goldstein was in the middle of a cross country meet in Memphis recently when he saw a runner drop to the ground in front of him. Everyone else kept running, but Goldstein knew better.
The 17-year-old noticed that the fallen runner's lips were turning blue and his eyes had rolled back in his head. He had had a seizure because of the stifling heat.
"I was terrified," Goldstein told the Memphis Commercial Appeal
. "But then I thought to myself, freaking out isn't going to help any here."