Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher uninjured after being in car accident

 

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher was involved in a car accident Saturday. Fisher was not injured.

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher was involved in a car accident Saturday. Fisher was not injured.

Jimbo Fisher was involved in a car accident about one mile from Doak Campbell Stadium on Saturday and was uninjured.

Fisher’s vehicle collided with another in a busy intersection, according to a Tallahassee police report. Fisher was on his way to Florida State’s scrimmage. He was present at the scrimmage and seemed fine when speaking to the media after the workout.

ESPN was first to report the story.

Although Fisher was not injured, two people from the other vehicle were taken to a hospital to be checked; the driver after complaining of shoulder, hip and back pain and one of two passengers because of neck, head and back pain.

Police were not able to determine who was at fault as roads were wet and contributed to the accident.

According to the police report, Fisher’s vehicle bounced off the other vehicle and hit a pole. Both vehicles sustained front end damage and were towed from the scene of the accident.

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