Chiefs’ Britt Reid will not coach in Tremendous Bowl 55, experiences say; police investigating assistant’s position in KC car crash



Chiefs exterior linebackers coach Britt Reid won’t journey with the staff to Tampa, Fla., for Tremendous Bowl 55 after being concerned in a multivehicle crash Thursday evening that left a 5-year-old woman with life-threatening accidents, ESPN and CBSSports.com reported Friday.

Police in Kansas Metropolis, Mo., say Reid, the son of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, drove his Ram pickup truck right into a Chevrolet Impala and a Chevrolet Traverse that had been stopped on an interstate freeway entrance ramp simply south of the staff’s advanced (per Kansas Metropolis tv station KSHB). The Impala had run out of fuel and its occupants referred to as kinfolk for help. The kinfolk pulled up within the Traverse.

The injured woman was sitting within the again seat of the Traverse. A 4-year-old seated along with her suffered non-life-threatening accidents, in line with Kansas Metropolis police. Reid suffered minor accidents, police stated. Nobody else was reported injured. 

Police are investigating whether or not Reid was driving whereas impaired. No costs had been filed as of Friday evening. Per the KSHB report, Kansas Metropolis police stated in an software for a search warrant that Reid instructed them he had consumed two or three alcoholic drinks. The officers claimed they smelled “a reasonable odor of alcoholic drinks” and that Reid’s eyes had been bloodshot and purple. In addition they claimed that Reid instructed them he was the driving force of the Ram truck.

Police drew blood from Reid at an area hospital after a Jackson County decide authorized a request officers.

The Chiefs stated in a press release Friday that they had been conscious of the crash and had been gathering info.

Reid, 35, has been on his father’s workers in Kansas Metropolis since 2013.

Six years earlier, the youthful Reid pleaded responsible to drug, assault and weapons costs in Pennsylvania stemming from a street rage incident through which Reid flashed a gun at one other motorist. The decide within the case sentenced Reid to between eight and 23 months in jail and 5 years’ probation.

Reid was arrested once more in August 2007, this time on DUI and drug costs. He pleaded responsible in that case in February 2008 and was sentenced to 1 to 6 months in jail. He obtained credit score for time served and was launched on parole lower than every week later, KSHB reported.





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