Tim Tebow helps man having seizure breathe; no, we’re not kidding

Coincidence or miracle?

CHRISTIAN-lighter

Tim Tebow played his first game for the Scottsdale Scorpions in the Arizona Fall League on Tuesday, and while he did not record a hit in three at bats, he did help a man suffering from a seizure breathe.

Yes, really.

ABC 15’s Kari Van Horn was on the scene. Here’s how it (succintly) went down:

In summation: Tebow put his hand on the man having a seizure. He prayed. The man breathed. Paramedics arrived on the scene and further assisted the man.

Coincidence or miracle? Van Horn seemed to believe it was the latter.

We’ll let you come to your own conclusions.

 

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