The Kansas City Chiefs make a major announcement regarding the crash victim Britt Reid.


The Kansas City Chiefs make a significant announcement regarding the crash victim Britt Reid.

The Chiefs are doing something special for a young girl who was seriously injured in a car accident involving former assistant coach Britt Reid.

According to CNN, the Chiefs and the attorneys for Ariel Young’s family announced on Friday that the team will provide Ariel Young with “world-class medical care and long-term financial stability” for the “rest of her life.”

“Representatives of the Kansas City Chiefs, Ariel Young, and Ariel’s family have worked together, alongside medical experts, over the last several months to develop a plan to take care of Ariel — both now and for the rest of her life,” the statement read.

“Today, the Chiefs and Ariel’s attorney, Tom Porto, announce that the parties have reached an agreement on a comprehensive care plan that will provide Ariel with world-class medical care as well as long-term financial stability.”

“Ariel’s recovery will take time, but she has made significant progress and is improving every day,” the statement continued.

“She went to her first day of school earlier this fall.” The crash occurred on February 4, just days before the Chiefs were scheduled to play in the Super Bowl.

Ariel was involved in a three-vehicle collision in Kansas City, where he sustained a serious brain injury, a parietal fracture, brain contusions, and subdural hematomas.

Reid had been driving his Dodge Ram truck at nearly 84 mph for less than two seconds when the collision occurred.

On the ramp of Interstate 435, police said a Chevrolet Impala was disabled.

The vehicle’s driver requested help from family members, who parked their car south of the disabled vehicle.

According to officers, Reid’s BAC level was.113.

In June, he pleaded not guilty to driving while inebriated.

On April 18, 2022, he will appear in court.

After the crash, the Chiefs placed Reid on administrative leave, but his contract had expired after the team’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV, and the team did not offer him a new contract.

After the Super Bowl, Chiefs coach Andy Reid, who is also Britt Reid’s father, told reporters, “My heart goes out to all those who were involved in the accident, in particular the family with the little girl who is fighting for her life.”

“It’s a difficult situation,” says the speaker.

I can’t say anything about it other than what I’ve already said, so I’ll have to decline your questions…

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