He and several other lawmakers who also happen to be doctors filed out of the train to check out the scene and rushed to the injured.
"I got to one of the exits as quickly as I could," said Wenstrup, of Cincinnati's Columbia Tusculum neighborhood. U.S. Rep. Phil Roe, a Tennessee Republican who also is a physician, was right behind him. The two split up and headed for two injured men on the ground.
The victim Wenstrup tended to was bleeding from his nose and around his mouth. "I was maintaining his airwaves, making sure he was breathing," Wenstrup said.