BOSTON (AP) - A longtime Patriots fan is an even bigger fan of some Gillette Stadium volunteers.
That's because they helped save Scott Crane's life.
The 50-year-old man from Avon, Massachusetts was at a game last month when he suffered a massive heart attack.
The three volunteers, doctors and nurses from Brigham and Women's Hospital, helped Scott Crane to the first aid station.
Crane was unconscious and did not have a pulse, but the medical team worked quickly to get his heart beating again.
Crane and his family are very grateful all were working there that night. He was able to thank them in person Thursday at the Boston hospital.
In all, eight doctors and nurses from Brigham and Women's Hospital are part of the medical team that works at all of the Patriots home games, and at several concerts at Gillette Stadium throughout the year.
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