CHICAGO (CBS)– An off-duty Chicago nurse ran to the aid of a man who was shot in the forehead while driving.

“I go to the driver side and I see the guy is bleeding, so I grabbed a teddy bear and I placed it on his forehead,” Ivan Escobar said.

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Escobar, who works at Saint Anthony Hospital, was driving with his son, when he heard gunshots near Grand and Avers Saturday night.

That’s when he heard screaming and saw a 44-year-old man bleeding inside a car.

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Escobar then went to work, doing whatever he could to help out, until paramedics arrived.

The man was taken to a different hospital in critical condition at the time.

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Escobar says he’s glad he had the chance to help and set a great example for his son by helping someone in their time of need.