An Indiana cheerleader did a lot more than clap Saturday night at a football game. She saved the coach's life.
Jessica Anderson, an EMT/Firefighter, ran to the aid of the coach of the Indianpolis Tornados after he collapsed on the field, according to WISH TV.
She initiated CPR, and kept focused on her patient despite the crowd yelling: 'he's gone'," Gina Fosso, the cheerleading coach, told reporters.
He was revived, and doctors determined a combination of issues -- hyperglycemia, hypertension, and hypothermia -- caused a dysrythmia in his heart.
He has fully recovered.
The cheerleader encourages everyone to become certified in CPR.