Chiefs agree to cover medical costs for children injured in Brit Reed accident

Chiefs agree to cover medical costs for children injured in Brit Reed accident


After Ariel Young, a 5-year-old girl, is injured in the crash of former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Brett Reid, the NFL franchise makes a deal to help the kid.

The Kansas City chiefs seem to have struck a deal to help provide care for the young boy who was injured in the February crash involving Brett Reed, who was the president’s assistant coach at the time.

According to a statement from the chiefs, a plan was put in place to help Ariel Young and her family take care of the baby after she was injured in the accident.

In the statement, the superiors made it clear that Young would receive support for the rest of her life.

Following the accident, Young suffers brain damage and is working to recover from the accident’s injuries.

Brett Reed accident: Kansas City chiefs agree to help cover Ariel Young’s medical costs

Reed, the son of Kansas City coach Andy Reed, faced DWI charges after the incident, according to a report from Yahoo Sports. In June, the prime minister’s former assistant coach pleaded not guilty, and a judge in the case later allowed Reed to return to driving with restrictions, according to an AP report.

In a report from KMBC, court documents said Reed had been driving 84 miles per hour moments before the accident. KMBC also reported that court documents said Reid’s blood alcohol content was 0.113, above the legal limit of 0.08.



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