Tonight on my way to the mall I drove by a pretty gruesome scene. A guy about mid 40's was lying face up on the pavement with a pool of blood surrounding his head. This was on US1 in South Florida. I thought fast, my first thought was to turn into a nearby street and see if I could somehow help, but I immediately realized, I'm not at all trained to help in such a situation and I would just be getting in the way possibly and/or causing more harm than good. I'm thinking this as I'm calling 911. The dispatcher said that a call had just come in about 30 seconds earlier reporting the same thing - "Did you see the accident?" I hadn't seen anything except for a guy laying in the street and cars going around him. The dispatcher told me that police and paramedics were being sent out just then and I left my name and number in case they had any questions. The situation has bothered me for the last few hours since seeing it. I've seen plenty of gruesome things before, I've seen people get hit by cars before (what I assume this was), I even saw a guy high on something who got hit by a car going 40 mph, go flying up in the air breaking plenty of bones, and then land on his head, being so high though that he either didn't feel pain or didn't care - and he was trying to get up afterwards. In that case it was in a really bad area and I would literally have been risking my life by getting out of the car. In this case though, it bothered me that I couldn't help. I got a CWP to not feel helpless when it came to protecting myself and my family.... I have a ham radio license to not feel helpless during hurricanes by losing total communications, but I felt just as helpless today knowing that a guy was laying on the ground literally dying - and I wouldn't even know where to start to help. To make matters worse, I knew where people were being dispatched from, it was near the mall in tons of traffic, and I knew it would be at least 15 minutes if not more before so much as an officer would arrive. I was hoping that everything would work out and that the guy was just unconscious - would go to the ER, spend some time in the ICU and get better. It didn't work out that way. On my way home 2 hours later, I drove back the way I came and this time the road I had come in on was blocked off, about 10 PD cars were there, and a body bag was laying where the guy was (with I assume him in or under it). Had I known what to do, who knows. I feel terrible about this. I don't know if I could have potentially saved the guy or not had I been trained properly. Now I am thinking I really would like to get some training to be able to help if at all possible in the future. Especially if something like this happens involving a family or friend I am with. Where would I go to receive such training?