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Idaho Man Saved From Train Crash By Ex-Eagles DL Brandon Bair

Sometimes life can take us by surprise in the moment of getting spared by God.

“Brandon Bair recalls every detail of a routine Thursday night that led to him saving the life of 25-year-old Steven Jenson seconds before Jenson could have burned to death. Bair’s name may sound familiar. The 36-year-old South Fremont High School graduate played in the NFL for the Oakland Raiders, Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles before retiring in 2016. He now lives in St. Anthony with his wife and four daughters and is the general manager of Henry’s Fork Homes,” per EastIdahoNews.com.

These situations are tough and thank God Jenson is still breathing.

A hero act from Bair is what we all should strive to do in moments of seeing others down or in a life-threatening situation.

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