Good morning on this clear Monday.
The first time I dialed 911 in New York was on a subway platform at 42nd Street — last week.
A woman was bleeding on her head and neck; she had fallen on the stairs between the platform and turnstiles.
Some passengers hurried past her. Others stopped to look and moved on. Several took out their phones — not to call for help, but instead to record the scene.
Maybe you’ve witnessed a similar episode in the city: curious onlookers who hesitate to act or opt not to do anything at all.
Read more: https://www.nytimes.com