Kansas City Chiefs will pay for care of girl hurt in Britt Reid crash

The Kansas Metropolis Chiefs can pay for a lifetime of care and different bills for a younger woman significantly injured in a crash involving former assistant coach Britt Reid, the staff and the kid’s lawyer stated Friday.

Ariel Younger suffered a traumatic mind harm and was hospitalized for nearly two months after the Feb. 4 crash, through which Reid allegedly slammed his truck into the sport-utility automobile she was in.

The plan “gives Ariel with world-class medical care and long-term monetary stability,” the staff and Ariel’s lawyer stated in a press release from the regulation agency.

Reid, the son of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, has been charged with driving whereas intoxicated.

A blood check confirmed a blood-alcohol stage of .113, in response to prosecutors. The authorized restrict is .08.

Reid has pleaded not responsible. His trial date is about for April.

A police report says he was driving virtually 84 mph earlier than putting two stopped automobiles — one which had run out of gasoline and was pulled over and one other, which Ariel was in, that had come to assist.

Ariel, 5 on the time, was in essential situation after the crash and in a coma for greater than every week. She was launched from the hospital on April 2, NBC affiliate KSHB of Kansas Metropolis has reported.

Representatives of the Chiefs, Ariel and her household, and medical consultants labored collectively during the last a number of months on the care plan, the regulation agency assertion stated.

“Ariel’s restoration is an extended street, however she has made nice strides and continues to enhance day by day,” the assertion stated. “Earlier this fall, she attended her first day of college.”

Britt Reid, who was exterior linebackers coach, is now not with the staff. He was positioned on go away after the crash, and his contract expired.