Late-evening on June 6, there was a vehicle on Steveston Highway driving on the sidewalk, then off, back on, and then into the opposing lanes before crashing into a bus stop.
To the gentleman who stopped, checked on the driver, told her to turn off the engine, and called 911; to the gentleman who walked up the street and helped me confirm the cross-street names to the first gentleman talking with 911; and to the gentleman who later stopped just before police arrived; good on ya!
To the spectator who who only saw the aftermath, who even had to ask me if the driver was conscious, yet kept saying aloud the driver was drunk, how dare you.
The RCMP officer who arrived on scene said that it was a medical issue.
To all the drivers who saw the events unfold, including the crash, and could have stopped to help (at least until police and fire-rescue arrived), but instead kept driving, what is wrong with you? You better hope, if you are ever in such trouble (medical or otherwise), that the strangers around you are better human beings than you proved to be.