Newly appointed St. Louis Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher was first person to arrive on the scene to help Brentwood teens in a serious car accident on Holly Tree Gap Rd. this past Sunday evening.
Within minutes of the crash, CoolSprings.com reported a loss of power in neighborhoods around Scales Elementary and a large number of emergency, fire and police vehicles racing East on Holly Tree Gap.
After posting to Facebook, we learned there had been a serious car crash on Holly Tree Gap where the vehicle had apparently hit a pole, knocking out power in the area.
The 13 year old and 17 year old passengers were driving a Nissan Altima when they lost control, hitting an electric pole and flipping the car over. The 13 year old suffered critical wounds and was rushed to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. He is listed now in critical but stable condition at Vanderbilt. The 17 year old was treated and released.
Brentwood police said there were no sign of drugs or alcohol and the car accident continues to be under investigation.
Jeff Fisher was driving home to a residence in Brentwood when the crash happened. Realizing they were injured, Fisher stayed until emergency personal arrived on the scene.
Thanks Coach Fisher!