ANDFormer Eagles player Brandon Bair has returned to the limelight for a performance away from the pitch. In this case, Bair saved the life of a man he pulled from his car after the vehicle started burning after a traffic accident.
The incident occurred in Idaho. The car got stuck on the train tracks and was hit by a convoy, so it quickly caught fire. Bair, who saw the accident, came over to help the driver.
“It was a conscious decision to try to help the man, because he needed help. I ran to the window and saw the flames around. I could see the guy with the seatbelt on, and I was able to get my arm in and unbuckle it. He was talking, and I told him we needed to get him out of there now, “Brandon Bair told the East Idaho News.
The former NFL player pulled the victim out of the vehicle’s window. “We walked away, and a few seconds later, the roof fire caused it to collapse and the whole seat, the whole cabin was engulfed in flames. A few minutes later, there were a couple of explosions.”
During his NFL career, Brandon Bair played for the Kansas City Chiefs, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Oakland Raiders.