Tonight in one of my classes a guy had a seizure. One of the girls in the class has been a certified life guard for 4 years and immediately took action. She tried to calm him, had people help her get him onto the floor and on his side so he wouldn't choke or anything. She kept calming him, had everyone give him space so he wouldn't feel crowded and she comforted him throughout the entire ordeal. Right after the seizure began, somebody called 911 from a cell phone because there were no phones in the area AT ALL in the building. Somebody else ran to get Security so they could direct the ambulance. It took security 10 minutes to show up and the ambulance almost 20. The thing is, the fire station where the ambulance was dispatched from is right down the road from the school - not 2 minutes away. The school had no emergency plan for contacting help or getting the ambulance and paramedics where they need to go quickly. I will be writing a letter to the dean of the college about this. Luckily the guy pulled out of it for the most part and was just kind of out of it afterwards. I also immediately began praying for the guy, and luckily the prayers were answered.