NCAA football coaches rescue girl from flipped car

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, Last Updated: 6:20 PM ET

Aside from recruiting players, there’s not much else an NCAA football coach does in the summer.

For N.C. State coaches Dave Duxtable and Frisman Jackson, they can add saving a person from a car wreck to their resumes.

Duxtable, a defensive coordinator, and Jackson, a wide receiver coach, were driving in Raleigh, N.C. when they saw an overturned car. They raced to the wreck and helped free a 16-year-old girl trapped inside the car.

“We both jumped out of the car and ran over to aid the person,” Jackson told ESPN.

“We were talking to her on the driver’s side. I went around to the passegner’s side and yanked the door open and me and Coach Huxtable both pulled her out.”

The young girl was apparently texting while driving, but fortunately she was wearing her seatbelt at the time and didn’t suffer any major injuries.


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