INDIANAPOLIS — Shaun Ellis feared for his life.
After falling asleep near the end of a 3½-hour drive from his home in Anderson, S.C., back to Knoxville, where he was a defensive end at the University of Tennessee, his car veered off the road.
If the Ford Taurus hadn’t become lodged between two trees after flipping twice, it would’ve tumbled down a mountainside.
“And that could’ve been it,” Ellis recalled. “I was fortunate. Luckily, I was able to survive. It wasn’t in God’s plans for me to go that day, I guess.”
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