According to NFL.com, New Michigan Head coach Jim Harbaugh was traveling along I-94 near Ann Arbor when he came upon a single-car accident.
A woman driving a Jeep along the highway apparently was driving too fast and lost control in slippery conditions, causing her car to hit the center median, overturn and land on the other side of the road. The driver was partially ejected despite wearing her seatbelt, but Harbaugh assisted her until police and emergency vehicles were able to arrive on scene.
“Jim Harbaugh, University of Michigan, head football coach, and Jim Minick, University of Michigan, Athletic Staff, stopped and assisted with first-aid by assisting the partially ejected driver to exit the Jeep and by using coats to keep the injured passenger warm until EMS arrived,” Michigan State Police said in a prepared statement.
The 53-year old woman and her 73-year-old passenger were transported to a local hospital to treat non-life threatening injuries, according to police. Wow, what a good person.
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