nope .. Saturday was Sundown Marathon, Sunday, while attending to a casualty, called Civil Defense -> process says, for every SCDF call made, SPF has to also turn up .. that's what happened
Not disimilar to an experience I had in New Jersey, USA.
I was driving out of a multi-storey car-park at a mall. Came upon a woman prostrate on the concrete of the deck in front of me. Determined she was unconscious but breathing. Called 911. Commenced administering EFR first-aid.
An ambulance and police car arrived. The former tended to her, the latter read me my rights, then set about formally questioning me (a bit of a shock, as I was simply a 'good samaritan', and they certainly weren't polite about it!).
I do realise why it played out like that, but when you've got the adrenalin going and are tending to someone with the best of intentions, it can come over as pretty offensive.
p.s. She was a tall lady, and it seemed she had somehow walked head-first into a concrete cross-beam, and *completely* KO'd herself.