Fisher first on scene at teen car crash

Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher claps on the sidelines during an NFL football game in...

Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher claps on the sidelines during an NFL football game in Jacksonville, Florida in this November 16, 2008 file photo. (REUTERS/Mark Wallheiser/Files)

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Jeff Fisher came to the aid of two teenagers who involved in a car accident in Brentwood, Tenn., late Sunday, according to WKRN-TV Nashville.

Fisher was the first on the scene after a single-car accident just before 10 p.m. as he was headed home.

According to authorities, a 17-year-old driver lost control of his car, which ran off the road, hit a pole and overturned. A 13-year-old passenger was thrown for the car and was taken to a local hospital with critical wounds.

Fisher and another motorist stopped to help.

“Anything to calm them down and advise us while we are on the way helps everyone,” Brentwood police Sgt. Jeff Moorehead told WKRN-TV.

Fisher, who spent 16 years as the head coach of the Titans’ franchise, recently agreed to become the Rams’ new head coach.

 


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