Rams' Jeff Fisher Arrived First On Scene At Car Accident, Helped Aid Injured Teens

Jeff Fisher got busy making a difference big difference before he even signed his contract to become the St. Louis Rams' next head coach. On Sunday night, Fisher was first to arrive on the scene when a 17-year old driver lost control of her Nissan Altima and crashed into a pole, overturning the car and ejecting a 13-year old passenger. WKRN-TV Nashville reports that Fisher provided aid to the injured teens until emergency staff arrived on the scene. He declined to speak on camera after the professionals arrived. The 17-year-old driver is was treated at a local hospital and has been released, while the13-year-old passenger was last listed in critical but stable condition.

The new head coach of the St. Louis Rams will be introduced in a formal press conference at 1 p.m. CST on Tuesday afternoon.

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