Orioles' Chris Davis helped flip an overturned truck on the highway
Chris Davis of the Baltimore Orioles may be suspended for the rest of the season, but the first baseman is making good use of his time by helping out strangers.
On Monday he was headed to an airport to pick up friends when he saw a truck flip over on the highway. He immediately rushed to help, even organizing a group of bystanders to help him flip the truck back onto its wheels.
Terrible accident on 295 today. Truck flipped. Southbound lanes closed. Multiple people injured. 1 of 1st people to help out - Chris Davis— Roch Kubatko (@masnRoch) September 16, 2014
Davis was heading to airport to pick up friends. Got out of car, waved people over to help, and they flipped the truck back on its wheels— Roch Kubatko (@masnRoch) September 16, 2014
Davis, last week, became the fifth player suspended this year under MLB's drug program and the second because of a positive amphetamine test. He drew a 25-game ban after getting caught with Adderall in his system.
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