Louisville football players assist local police in rollover accident
Several Louisville football players came to the rescue after a rollover car accident at the intersection between Central and Floyd on Monday.
The Cardinals players “and some passing motorists … flipped the car back over” before first responders arrived, according to the Louisville Metro Police Department. One person in the accident sustained minor injuries, the police reported.
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LMPD posted a video on X, formerly Twitter, that showed the Cardinals players flipping the car back over. The police gave a few extra shoutouts to the Louisville players who came “to the rescue”.
UofL football players help during an injury accident. pic.twitter.com/6wd19IPCZ9
— LMPD (@LMPD) September 21, 2023
On the field, the Cardinals look to keep winning after a 3-0 start to the season. Louisville held off Indiana 21-14 last Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis after a second start in the first half.
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The Cardinals needed a goal-line stand to hold off the Hoosiers at the 1-yard line in the fourth quarter. Louisville had a 21-0 lead in the first half before the Hoosiers rallied with 2 third-quarter TDs.
Now, the Cardinals face a tough challenge at home on Saturday against Boston College (1-2). The Eagles pushed No. 3 Florida State (3-0) to the limit before falling 31-29 last week in Tallahassee, Florida.
Boston College edged the Cardinals 34-33 last season in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Louisville hasn’t lost at home to Boston College since 2017.