Youngster hospitalized after Reid crash is now awake
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A 5-year-old lady left critically injured and in a coma following a crash this month involving former Kansas Metropolis Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid is now awake, her household stated in an internet put up.
The information was delivered Monday in a short put up on the GoFundMe web page for Ariel Younger, who has been hospitalized because the Feb. 4 crash.
Reid, son of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, was the crew’s exterior linebackers coach. He was initially positioned on administrative go away instantly following the crash, however he’s now not employed by the crew. His contract expired in latest days and was not renewed.
Kansas Metropolis police stated the crash occurred close to the crew’s coaching complicated subsequent to Arrowhead Stadium when Britt Reid’s truck slammed into two automobiles on the aspect of a freeway entrance ramp, injuring Ariel and one other little one inside one of many automobiles.
Reid underwent surgical procedure for accidents not detailed by the crew.
Police stated Reid advised investigators he had “two or three drinks” and had a prescription for Adderall when the crash occurred. Police have stated they’re investigating whether or not Reid was impaired.
The crash occurred three days earlier than Kansas Metropolis performed within the Tremendous Bowl in Tampa Bay, shedding to the Buccaneers. Reid didn’t journey with the crew for the championship recreation.