The Kansas City Chiefs will provide lifelong financial and medical assistance to the young victim of a crash involving former assistant coach Britt Reid
According to a joint statement by the Chiefs and the family’s attorney, the group will provide Ariel Young with “world-class medical care and lasting financial stability” for “the rest of her life.” “.
“Over the past few months, representatives from Kansas City Chiefs Ariel Young and Ariel’s family have been working together, along with medical professionals, to develop a plan of care for Ariel – both now and for the rest of her life,” the statement said.
“Ariel’s police chiefs and attorneys, Tom Porto, today announced that the parties have completed a comprehensive care plan that will provide Ariel with world-class medical care and financial stability. Castle.”
“Ariel’s recovery has come a long way, but she has come a long way and continues to improve every day,” it added. “Earlier this fall, she attended her first day of school.”
Ariel suffered severe traumatic brain injury, broken ribs, contusion to the brain, and a subdural hematoma in a tricycle crash on February 4 when Kansas City, Missouri police said a Chevrolet Impala had been damaged. disabled on Interstate 435. The driver called family members for assistance, each officer, and family members arrived and parked their vehicle on the south side of the reserved vehicle. for people with disabilities.
A Dodge Ram truck believed to be driven by Reid crashed into both vehicles, sending two children, including Ariel, to the hospital.
Reid was driving his truck at nearly 84 mph less than two seconds before the crash, according to the Jackson County, Missouri prosecutor’s office, and post-crash test results showed concentrations His blood alcohol is 0.11.