Rochester Teen Cited for Filming, Not Helping in Aftermath of Crash
Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News)- A Rochester teenager has been cited for allegedly filming instead of helping in the aftermath of a serious scooter crash.
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Court records indicate 18-year-old Bill Benjamin was cited for violating Minnesota’s Good Samaritan law after he allegedly filmed an unresponsive scooter driver who crashed in a parking lot along Broadway Ave. South on July 7. At last report, the scooter driver was in critical condition following the crash.
Minnesota’s good Samaritan Law requires witnesses to render aid to the best of their ability to a person who has suffered visible physical trauma if it’s safe to do so.
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