The cane victim received help on 62 out of the 65 trails. The model only helped on 3 occasions. The median helping time for the cane victim is 5 seconds.
The drunk victim received spontaneous help on 19/38, the average time for the drunk person to get help was 109 seconds, much longer than the man with a cane.
On 60% of the 81 trails where help was given by members of the public, more than one person helped. Once one person helps, there were no differences for different victim conditions (black/white or drunk/sick) on the number of extra helpers that appeared. The race of the victims made no significant difference to helping behavior, but there was a slight tendency for same-race helping on the drunken condition.