Greensboro Car Accident Lawyer
There’s a lot going on in the build-up to the Super Bowl. The Kansas City Chiefs had a little more happen in the past week than most Super Bowl football teams. An assistant-coach, and son of the head coach, Andy Reid, was involved in a car accident Thursday night. Our Greensboro car accident lawyer has been advised that two children were injured and sent to the hospital as a result of this wreck.
As more information has become available, it appears three cars were involved in the car accident. It all started when a family vehicle broke down on an exit ramp. The driver of that car called for family to come help him. According to a Greensboro personal injury lawyer the family arrived and parked their car behind the broken down car.
A Dodge Ram truck, driven by Britt Reid, son of Andy Reid, then is alleged to have struck both vehicles. There was a 4-year-old and 5-year-old in the Traverse, both of which were transported to a local hospital. As of the writing of this post, the 5-year-old, sadly, is still listed in critical condition.
The family setup a GoFundMe account with a goal of raising $100,000. As of this post they’ve already raised over $200,000. She is not awake. The coach advised at the scene that he had two or three drinks before driving. There was an odor of alcohol emanating from his person and he had bloodshot eyes. According to a local report, he also told police he takes Adderall.
Our Greensboro DWI lawyer was told that they conducted standardized field sobriety tests and he showed signs of impairment. Police took his blood for testing and A Greensboro DUI attorney at our law firm will keep you updated as to the status of that test.
A family law attorney in Greensboro at our law firm sends out their thoughts and prayers to the family as well as both children.