This is Ariel, the girl Chiefs coach Britt Reid, Andy’s son, hospitalized
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Ariel, 5, will reportedly remain in the hospital for the foreseeable future.Image: GoFundMeHer name is Ariel, and she is five years old. She’s fighting for her life because Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid, son of Andy Reid, smashed into the car she was sitting in. Reid told officers he had been drinking.“Ariel, 5 years old, suffered swelling in and bleeding in and around the brain. She is in critical condition and hasn’t woken since the crash,” read a GoFundMe page set up by Tiffany Verhulst, who identifies herself as a cousin of Ariel’s mother.The GoFundMe goes on to say “her mother is a single mom of [three] having to deal with this on her own due to COVID restrictions. Ariel will be in the hospital for the foreseeable future, (and) this is set up for the hospital bills and weeks of missed work that will come.”As of the posting this story, the GoFundMe page had raised just shy of $150K.Atop the GoFundMe page, there is a sweet photo of a smiling Ariel as well as one of her in a hospital bed, heavily bandaged and bruised, and attached to all types of tubes and machines.G/O Media may get a commissionAccording to the police, Britt Reid told authorities he had “two to three drinks” the night he smashed into the car Ariel was sitting in, and that he has an Adderall prescription. An officer at the scene noted the smell of alcohol on Reid’s breath, and that his eyes were ‘bloodshot.” According to the police warrant, Reid had blood drawn to determine alcohol toxicity levels. He has yet to be charged with a crime.Britt Reid is not coaching in the Super Bowl today. He’s in Kansas City, and the investigation into the incident is ongoing. Kansas City Police told the local ABC affiliate that it could potentially take a few weeks before they conclude their investigation.To put it bluntly, I’m sad. I’m sad for Ariel. I’m sad for her family. I’m sad for Britt Reid, who clearly has some serious problems that need professional attention. I’m sad for Andy Reid, who has lost one child to addiction, and the other is fighting a similar battle. I’m also furious. I’m furious that a person that clearly isn’t struggling for money wouldn’t spend the minimal cost associated with getting home safe, as opposed to choosing blatant irresponsible, reckless, and dangerous behavior. Because Britt Reid chose to drive, a family is hanging in the balance as they hope and wait for improvement from Ariel.Don’t drink and drive. I cannot stress this enough – do not drink and drive. Please. I beg you. .
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