The Chiefs confirmed Friday the Britt Reid was at a crash and stated the company was"from the practice of collecting more information" and would have no additional comment on the problem.
Reid, 35, was under investigation for driving diminished in Kansas City, Mo. after authorities say that he was involved in an multi-car crash nearby Arrowhead Stadium, FOX4 KC reported. The channel got police records that fit the particulars of the crash. The records state that Reid told authorities he had been driving a pickup truck involved in the wreck and told an officer that he had between three and two beverages and was about a prescription for Adderall. The channel reported that no titles were identified in the police record.
Police issued a complete sobriety test and got a warrant to draw the guy's blood, according to the station.
The crash happened near the southbound ramp of I-435, based on FOX4 KC. A driver at a Chevrolet Impala ran out of petrol and about the ramp called for assistance, authorities said. The police report said the hazard lights were flashing, but the car's battery was beginning to expire every time a family came at a Chevrolet Traverse and parked close them using their headlights on.
The channel reported, citing the crash records, a white Dodge pickup truck was traveling south to the ramp to get into the interstate once the motorist hit the Impala and struck on the Traverse from behind.
The Impala motorist was inside the vehicle in the time of the crash and wasn't injured and two adults at the Traverse weren't hurt , according to the station.
But a 5-year-old was seriously injured and a 4-year-old endured non-life-threatening injuries.
It did not seem Reid was hurt from the crash.