Philadelphia Eagles players Connor Barwin and Mark Sanchez did a really nice thing on Wednesday. According to Crossing Broad, the two showed up at Temple University Hospital to comfort victims (and their families) of the tragic Amtrak train derailment that took place late on Tuesday evening.
Barwin and Sanchez didn't announce they were going to be there or anything. They just showed up like a couple of normal dudes. A few people who were at the hospital shared their experience on social media. It's very cool to see these players try to make a difference off the field.
Mark Sanchez at Temple handing out donuts and coffee for the hospital taking care of the train victims, he's the man!— Vinnie Guarnere (@Virgin_VIN) May 13, 2015
@CrossingBroad Mark Sanchez & Connor Barwin at Temple Hospital visiting Patients & Families from Amtrak crash— Matt Weidenmiller (@_weedie21) May 13, 2015
@CrossingBroad no links, I work at TUH... Here's one of the nurses with Sanchez today pic.twitter.com/CbOZ24NIzD— Matt Weidenmiller (@_weedie21) May 13, 2015