Why Don't People Stop to Help the Stricken?
Mal Fletcher on BBC Radio


Some British newspapers today have reported the story of a wheelchair-bound man in Gloucestershire who died while choking on a piece of meat in a restaurant. For more than three minutes, people stood by, some even stepping over him to buy their food.

Why don't people get involved in helping the injured or stricken? When did this change in society?

Mal Fletcher gives some important insights in this interview with BBC Radio's Mike Parr.

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