While trying to stop the bleeding, I was able to talk to him and ask him questions relating to S.A.M.P.L.E. (signs and symptoms, allergies, mediations, pertinent past medical history, last oral intake, and events leading up to the incident). From the head injury, I concluded that he probably had a concussion so I kept him awake till firefighters came. Once he was in the ambulance heading to the hospital, I was finally able to stand up and face the crowd that had immersed. I stood up to a cheering crowd all congratulating me on helping save a life.