Dr. George Goodfellow is best known as the Tombstone physician who tended to the dying and wounded from the OK Corral shootout. But he did much more. In June 1881, a fire ravaged the town. Diarist George Parsons was tearing down a wooden balcony in an effort to save the building from the blaze. A piece of falling wood flattened his face. Goodfellow used a wire frame to put the nose and face back together. The good doctor also refused payment, noting that Parsons was hurt while trying to help others.