(A) A person, other than a law enforcement officer, medical practitioner, or a trained paramedic, who finds a disabled person shall make a reasonable effort to notify a law enforcement officer or medical practitioner. If a law enforcement officer or medical practitioner is not present, a person who finds a disabled person may:
(1) Make a reasonable search for an identifying device;
(2) If the identifying device is found, make a reasonable search for an identification card.
If a device or card is located, the person making the search shall attempt promptly to bring its contents to the attention of a law enforcement officer or medical practitioner.
(B) A cause of action does not arise from a reasonable search to locate an identifying device or identification card as authorized by division (A) of this section.
Cite as R.C. § 2305.45
History. Effective Date: 09-30-1976