Former Michigan cornerback Charles Woodson was uninjured over the weekend when he escaped from a burning house in Bay Harbor, MI.
â†µWoodson told the Associated Press that he was “lucky” to get out in time while attending a celebration of a $15 million donation to U-M’s new women’s hospital.
Woodson told The Associated Press in a telephone interview Wednesday he was at Gwen Haggerty’s house in Bay Harbor on Friday night. It was part of a celebration honoring the Ted and Jane Von Voigtlander Foundation for donating $15 million to name the new women’s hospital at the University of Michigan.â†µ
The former Wolverine says he and other overnight guests were fortunately still awake when the fire started sometime after 4 a.m. Saturday.â†µ
Everyone was able to get out of the house without being hurtâ†µ
Woodson, now with the Green Bay Packers, played cornerback for Michigan from 1995-1997, winning the Heisman Trophy in his final year.