The incident happened in February, before the Chiefs were put to depart Super Bowl LV
Britt Reid, the prior Kansas City Chiefs trainer who had been involved in an accident that severely injured a 5-year-old woman in February earlier Super Bowl LV, might be facing fees.
The Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office at Missouri advised FOX 4 KC the episode was under inspection and there was no schedule for when a determination on fees could be made.
The crash happened near the southbound ramp of Interstate 435 per day prior to the Chiefs left to the Super Bowl, based on FOX4 KC.
A motorist at a Chevrolet Impala ran out of petrol and about the ramp called for assistance, authorities said. The police report said the hazard lights were flashing, but the car’s battery was beginning to expire every time a relative came at a Chevrolet Traverse and parked close them using their headlights on.
The channel reported, citing crash records, a white Dodge pickup truck driven by Reid was traveling south to the ramp to get into the interstate as it struck the Impala and struck on the Traverse from behind.
The Impala motorist was inside the vehicle in the time of the crash and wasn’t hurt; 2 adults at the Traverse weren’t hurt , according to the station. Reid told police officers that he was drinking and was on a prescription for Adderall.
Ariel’s family updated the woman’s state late last month. Her aunt, Tiffany Verhulst, composed about the donation page for your kid that the woman is still at the hospital.
“Ariel stays in the hospital, so she’s getting a bit better every day but she still has a very long road to healing. Britt Reid is outside regular living his normal life while she can’t, please do not let her narrative be forgotten. Court will have quite a while and we do not understand what’s going to be the result of everything. Please continue sharing her story and begging for her and the family.
An attorney for the family said last month that they had been chasing serious fees for Reid.
Reid has had legal problems previously.