Henry Rosten was walking on a city sidewalk with his small son. An automobile driven by Bradley went out of control, ran up onto the sidewalk, and struck a fire hydrant and Rosten's son. The car did not touch Rosten, but the shock and fright caused him to suffer a serious heart attack. Rosten sued Bradley for compensation for the injury to his heart, his medical expenses, his lost wages, and the cost of therapy to treat the post-traumatic stress symptoms he has suffered since the incident - all Rosten claimed were caused by Bradley's negligence. At trial, Bradley responded by arguing that because he never actually hit Rosten, he should be held legally responsible for any of these damages. Decide this case, and explain your answer in depth.
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