Verizon brings forth a touching commercial entitled 'The Coach Who Wouldn't Be Here' during this year's Super Bowl. It celebrates first responders and their efforts at answering the call when it comes to emergency situations. This is the second year that the teleservice provider honors first responders -- this year, it spotlights NFL team the Charger's coach,
Anthony Lynn. In 2005, he was hit by a car and survived with the assistance of first responders -- he was invited to speak to some, the same ones that saved his life. It is a heartwarming encounter as they reveal themselves and their role in saving him. Lynn embraces the ones who saved his life and Verizon states "first responders answer the call, our job is to make sure they can get it."
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