High school football player sitting out with injury saves girl having seizure

As seen on https://www.mlive.com

FRANKFORT, MI — Seth Migda, a 17-year-old senior at Charlevoix High School was forced to sit out Friday night’s football game against Frankfort High School due to an injury. Because of that, he was filming the game for his team when he noticed a young girl in attendance was having a seizure.

Migda sprung into action and ran to help the girl, according to the Associated Press. The 11-year-old girl, identified as Grace Gibson had fallen and hit her head, causing the seizure. She was convulsing when Migda got to her, so he picked her up and ran her over to an athletic trainer while another player called 911.

Gibson was tended to by medical staff and taken to a nearby hospital. She has since returned home and is doing well following the ordeal. Migda said he was sore from the experience as he was sitting out with a groin injury, but is hopeful he’s feeling well enough to play in the homecoming game this week.

And while he’s not happy he’s injured, Migda said it’s all worth it because he was able to help Gibson.

As seen on https://www.mlive.com

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