I know this is scary indeed for everyone. Today was my first, I was driving back from Goa to Bangalore and took a detour to Gokarna, On they way saw a SUV (Bolero/Scorpio) going berserk and toppling Obviously we pulled over, but I had been following accident threads in Team BHP and my instict asked me to rush for help and I ran to see if I could do something, there was lot of smoke being emitted so got a lil scared but then there was this fellow (local) who helped me and we opened a door and was able to pull out 1 passenger (Son) and his mom, dad and uncle were still in car. I could see quite a lot of blood and initially took it to be fatal but then realized they all were safe, just in a shock to move. In the meanwhile my family in my car called 101 and 108. Then I was too shocked to do anything and in the mean time locals chipped in and they had to brake the windshield to pull out the rest. As I said I was also mentally shocked and my friend in my car, took the wheel and we drove off, when assured that people are attending. Now my question and this should help everyone: 1> I am damn sure after witnessing this I would not have had the courage to drive for a while as all those faces were flashing in front of my eyes 2> My cousin also had joined me in helping and he too was badly shocked and disturbed for atleast next 2-3 hours 3> What should one do in such situation, I know as a human, I should do everything to save them but what if that takes toll on me ? 4> As expected insensitive behaviour of Govt Ambulance. They said they are on way and kept calling me to locate, and then on my way I saw a 108 (hardly 7-8) kms from accident site, I asked him to rush and he was like this is not in my territory. To f*** with your territory, its not a 100 kms thing, after insisting he did go 5> My friend thought this is a bus and he informed 101 saying its am bus accident, and when they called later, I informed them its a SUV with 4 people. They were like ohh its just an SUV, then why the hell you said bus. As if more the merrier I am still confused if what I did was right, humanly yes but personally no, just imagine what if I was only one who had to drive my family back another 500 kms because I would not have been in position to drive. What I learned: 1> Always keep an extended First aid kit. 2> Gonna Buy a fire extinguisher and keep in car 3> Gonna buy a glass cutter because it was difficult to brake the windshield and I even injured myself (just a little) Pour in your suggestion !!