The middle of former NFL Tim Tebow led the prayer mid-flight after a passenger traveling from Atlanta to Phoenix suffered an apparent heart attack on the Council of the people’s Council, confirmed the June 27, 2016.
Tebow started praying after joining the flight attendants and other passengers who came to help man the patient and his family. According to people, he also “helped the family off the plane, picked up their luggage, went with them to the hospital.” The 28-year-old football star and then “and wait with them until they got the news that the man had passed away.” People say the man—who was in the 60s—was traveling with his wife and his wife friend.
One of the passengers on the plane, Richard Gotti, wrote about the incident on Facebook. “I watched strangers from all over the world and all the Arabs comes to help this guy for more than an hour!” Gotti wrote. “Then suddenly I noticed a man walking in the corridor. This guy was Tim Tebow. Met with the family also wept on his shoulder! I saw Tim up with a whole section of the plane for this man. Ability to stand for God in a difficult situation.”
Gotti went on to write that the man who suffered the heart attack got his pulse back after the plane landed in Phoenix.
This is the latest act of kindness from Tim Tebow that rugged in the NFL hit a rough patch in September 2015 when he was released by the Philadelphia Eagles.
Last week, Tebow flew from the Bahamas to Florida to visit a high school teammate Rodney Sumter, who was taken to the hospital after the mass shooting in a nightclub for gays in Orlando.
“My high school quarterback left the Bahamas to come see me. Tebow always a terrible person” Sumter wrote on the Instagram page.
Tebow has yet to comment on any accident.