At 2:25 a.m., Joe Girardi was just hours removed from winning his first World Series Championship as manager of the New York Yankees. Girardi was driving home on the Cross County Parkway in Westchester early this morning when he came across a woman who had crashed her car into a wall. When Girardi came upon the accident, he exited his car to see if the driver needed any help. Keep in mind that traffic is moving around 80-MPH at this point of the highway. Yet he still got out, just like any regular non-World Series-winning citizen might do and inquired if the driver needed help. "He was jumping up and down, trying to flag me down," an officer said. "You don't expect him standing by a car accident trying to help." The driver was 27-year old Marie Henry, and she didnÆt even recognize who Gi ...
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