I had an interesting incident the other night and I wonder how other members on the forum would have handled the situation. I have a job that sees me running around in the early hours of the morning in a small regional township just out of Newcastle. As part of that job, I have to travel from the office to a pick-up point about six k's away every night to take delivery of that day's newspapers. The trip involves isolated roads through bush, with absolutely no lights or houses anywhere around. On Saturday morning, around 2.30, I was making this trip when I came up to a Toyota ute stopped in the middle of the road, with its lights on, but couldn't see any person. I carefully drove around the car and thought maybe the driver was having a leak in the scrub, so I continued on my journey. On my return trip about fifteen minutes later, the ute is still there, lights on and I could hear the engine running. Still nobody in sight. I parked the car behind the ute, with high beam focussed on it. Walked up with my torch and inside, the driver is slumped over the wheel. The cabin was closed up so I couldn't tell whether he was sleeping or dead. I couldn't detect any movement. In view of the remote location, the fact that I was alone and there was no other help if things went pear shaped, I chose not to try to arouse him or check for vitals, but called the ambo's immediately instead. They arrived within about five minutes as we weren't far from town. They stirred the driver and he appeared to be more than just drowsy, he seemed to be affected either by booze or dope. I didn't hang around because my mate was waiting back at the office and on that particular night, my phone company decided to chuck a wobbly and I couldn't make any calls other than emergencies (fortunately) to let him know why I was held up. At this stage, I don't have a clue what the driver's problem was, so I don't know if it was serious or not. What would you have done under the circumstances?