He's on his way to help the St. Louis Rams soon, but for the moment, Jeff Fisher has some Good Samaritan duties left to do in Tennessee. He stopped in traffic early on Sunday to help a couple of teenagers in a single-car crash. From WKRN-TV in Nashville:
Former Titans head coach Jeff Fisher was the first to arrive on the scene of a serious crash late Sunday involving two teens and stayed with the injured youths until help arrived.
Authorities said the 17-year-old driver of a Nissan Altima lost control, ran off the road, hit a pole and overturned.
A 13-year-old passenger was thrown from the car and rushed to Vanderbilt Children's Hospital with critical wounds.
Pretty good guy, that Jeff Fisher. He lives up to the heroism that his mustache implies.
Fisher didn't want to appear on camera afterwards, but told WKRN that he tried to help keep the kids calm until EMS was on the scene. The 17-year-old was treated at the hospital and released, but the 13-year-old, who was thrown from the car, is still in critical condition. There was no sign of drugs or alcohol being involved in the crash.
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