Chiefs and family of Ariel Young injured in Britt Reid crash finalize agreement for her care

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The Kansas City Chiefs and the family of Ariel Young have reached an agreement to provide care for the girl injured in the car accident that involved Britt Reid, the son of Head Coach Andy Reid.

Per the KC Star:

Over the past several months, representatives from the football team, Ariel Young’s family and medical experts have worked together to come up with a care plan. Attorney Tom Porto said in a statement Friday that “the parties have finalized a comprehensive care plan that provides Ariel with world-class medical care and long-term financial stability.”

Other details of the plan remain confidential.

Young was severely injured in the wreck that took place on Feb. 4. Britt Reid struck two cars on the side of an entrance ramp along Interstate 435, near the team’s practice facility.

Britt Reid entered a not guilty plea in June to the charges he faces.

He was driving about 84 mph shortly before the collision and had a blood alcohol level of 0.113 two hours after the crash, police said. The legal limit is 0.08.

Reid, an assistant, was placed on administrative leave. The Chiefs then allowed his contract to expire, ending his employment with the team.