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Ravens' TE Mark Andrews helps woman having medical emergency on flight

Andrews supplied a diabetic testing kit that medical professionals used to help stabilize their patient.

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews
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Ravens tight end Mark Andrews jumped into action during a flight from Baltimore to Phoenix.

A woman was having a medical emergency on a Southwest flight and Andrews jumped in to help.

He credits the flight attendants and nurses on the plane as "the real heroes."

According to a passenger on the plane, Andrews provided the woman with a diabetic testing kit and instructed the medical professionals.

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"In addition to the fast-acting flight attendants, the real heroes are the nurse and doctor who also happened to be on the plane. Thankfully they were able to provide the woman the quick assistance she needed," Andrews said in a statement on X.

Medical personnel responded to the flight once it landed in Phoenix.

This story was originally published by Rushaad Hayward at Scripps News Baltimore.