I thought the man who was helping her could have done more. I don't know!
Well hib, to be frank, he did more than you.
How could a whole crowd of people leave a woman like that without helping her, including a woman who claims to be a Christian? Well, ironically, the victim would have been more likely to get help had there been fewer people around. Because there are so many people around, the responsibility on each person is diluted. Helping someone like that carries a certain amount of risk, or at least inconvenience. When there are so many other people around, we tend to think that some of them will be in a much better position to help than we are. Of course, when everyone thinks like that we see situations like the above, where nobody helps.
hibiscusfire, if there is any saving grace to fundamentalist Christianity, it is that its adherents try to be like Christ, helping the poor, the sick and the needy. You did not do that. You preach endlessly about following the Ten Commandments. What about Jesus' commandment: "Love your neighbour as yourself"? Did you do that, hib? If that was a test from God, do you think you passed?