(Original post by Shippy)
Went out for a few drinks with a few friends last night, walking home my best friend collapsed and was passed out.
We couldn't put her in a taxi as she lives on her own and none of us could really stay the night with her.
After a good 10 minutes we still couldn't wake her up so we called an ambulance.
The ambulance came, the paramedics managed to wake her up and she was inside the ambulance for about half an hour while those of us there waited to see what they said.
During this time we were slagging her off a bit because we didn't realise how serious it was and we were all wanting to go home etc.
They came out and said she was awake and talking but they needed to take her in overnight as her heart rate was very fast and not slowing down.
At this point we're all a bit worried, and we ask the paramedics should one of us come with her.
Because we were drunk the paramedics told us no, she was in safe hands and that we should all go home and sleep it off.
We didn't really wanna aggravate the paramedics more than we already had done with our arguing and foul language etc.
So we all went home, I wake up about 4 hours later with a text from my friend saying shes had to have her stomach pumped, was puking up blood and a blood test found ket in her system, so her drink had been spiked.
She's now not speaking to any of us for not coming to the hospital with her.
I don't see what we've done wrong to warrant her to disown us, we did what we thought was the safest thing possible and we were explicitly told by paramedics that we couldn't come with her and told to go home.
I've tried explaining this to her but she won't listen.
So yeah, in this situation, do you think we did the right thing?