Jessica Anderson, a cheerleader for the minor league Indianapolis Tornados football team, may have saved a coach's life Saturday when she performed CPR after he had collapsed due to an apparent heart attack.

Head coach Jerry Senter collapsed during the Tornados game against the Kentucky Reapers on July 7. Luckily, Anderson was around to save the day. An EMT and firefighter, Anderson gave Senter CPR until he was rushed to the hospital. According to WISH TV, Senter suffered a dysrythmia in his heart due to hyperglycemia, hypertension and hypothermia.

Cheerleader comes to football coach's rescue:

The good news is that by Sunday, Senter was "up and talking."

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