Football Team Lifts SUV to Free Woman Trapped Underneath

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A team of teenage football players worked together to lift an SUV off a man and woman trapped underneath on a highway near the Oregon border Wednesday. The Idaho football team known as The Black Knights was heading home to Boise from a tournament in California when the SUV flipped over right in front of them. When their coach pulled over, the boys jumped out and got to work. Inside Edition caught up with head coach Rudy Jackson and player Garret Petersen.

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