Jim Harbaugh had an eventful Tuesday.
The former 49ers head coach helped the victims of a car crash Tuesday afternoon on Interstate 94 in Ann Arbor, Michigan State Police announced.
Full police report:
Preliminary crash investigation indicates the 53 year old driver, of a 2003 Jeep Cherokee, black in color was traveling west bound on I-94 when the driver of the Jeep Cherokee lost control due to slippery road conditions and hit the center median wall.
The vehicle then traveled up a snow embankment and over the center median wall, overturned and came to rest in the east bound I-94 traffic lanes. No other vehicles were involved in the crash.
The driver, who was wearing her seatbelt, was partially ejected from the vehicle, through the driver side window.
The 73 year old female passenger remained seatbelted in the Jeep.
Jim Harbaugh, University of Michigan, head football coach and Jim Minick, University of Michigan, Athletic Staff stopped and assisted with first-aid by assisting the partially ejected driver to exit the Jeep and by using coats to keep the injured passenger warm until EMS arrived.
The driver and passenger were transported to St Joseph Hospital for treatment for non-life threatening injuries.
The driver was found responsible for the crash, traveling too fast for road conditions.