When Senter, head coach of the minor league Indianapolis Tornados, collapsed during Saturday’s game with an apparent heart attack, it was Anderson, a member of the Syrens cheerleading squad, who came to his aid.
Anderson, an EMT and firefighter, reportedly administered CPR on the coach (because heaven forbid there be actual on-duty paramedics with an ambulance already on call at a professional football game). An ambulance eventually came to rush the coach to the hospital. He reportedly is “up and talking.”
Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen CPR administered under unusual circumstances at a sporting event.Google+