New York Jets Coach Responsible for Three-Car Crash
On January 14, the coach of the New York Jets, Rex Ryan, ran into a black Mazda, which in turn spun into a red Toyota, causing a three-car accident. This accident took place in Pennsylvania at the intersection of West 3rd and Wyandotte Street.
Ryan denied speeding, but did not similarly deny his responsibility for causing the accident. According to reports and witnesses, Ryan’s car was seen driving up the hill at a high speed, causing him to collide with the driver of the Mazda. Fortunately, none of the drivers of the vehicles were harmed in the accident. Additionally, according to the police report, Ryan only received a warning for running the red light.
Car accidents such as this are a major cause of injuries and deaths throughout the U.S. each year. If you have been injured in such an accident, call a New York City car accident lawyer of Hach & Rose, LLP, today at (212) 779-0057 to speak with a legal professional about your options and rights.