Kansas City Chiefs aide mentor under scrutiny after auto collision

A Kansas City Chiefs collaborator mentor is under scrutiny after he was engaged with a fender bender that left a 5-year-old kid with hazardous wounds.

A Kansas City Chiefs collaborator mentor is under scrutiny after he was engaged with a fender bender that left a 5-year-old kid with hazardous wounds. Britt Reid, the external linebackers mentor and child of lead trainer Andy Reid, got in an auto collision on Thursday close to the group's arena, as per a Kansas City Missouri Police Department report got by ESPN. The crash included three vehicles: Britt Reid's and two others that were left out and about. One vehicle ran running on empty on the slope to Interstate 435, so the driver called relatives for help. While the two vehicles were left on the slope, Reid hit the vehicle that ran running on empty and afterward back finished the subsequent vehicle, which left a 4-year-old harmed and a 5-year-old with dangerous wounds. The two kids were taken to the medical clinic, as per the report. A cop's assertion acquired by ESPN said the official at the scene smelled "a moderate scent of mixed refreshments" and saw that Reid's eyes were red. Reid, who has a past filled with driving impaired, conceded that he several beverages prior to driving notwithstanding taking recommended Adderall, the articulation said. Reid wound up whining about stomach issues and is currently in the emergency clinic. Reid's wounds are obscure, however he could be in the clinic for quite a long time, a source told ESPN. Another source said that Reid won't be going to the Super Bowl on Sunday with his group. The police revealed to ESPN that any charges will not be documented until after the Super Bowl. Nobody else who was associated with the accident endured hazardous wounds. "The association has been made mindful of a multi-vehicle mishap including Outside Linebackers Coach, Britt Reid," the Chiefs said in an explanation. "We are currently assembling data, and we will have no further remark as of now. Our considerations and supplications are with everybody included." The Hill has connected with the Kansas City Missouri Police Department for a duplicate of the report.

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