"My heart goes out to those who had been involved in the crash, particularly the household with the small woman who is fighting for her life," Reid said Sunday night following Kansas City dropped Super Bowl LV into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-9. "I can not comment on it any more than that which I'm here the questions that you have, I will need to turn down those but only from a human perspective my heart bleeds for everyone involved in this"
He didn't travel with the Chiefs into Tampa Bay for its Super Bowl.
Britt Reid confessed to police he had been driving the car that collided with the two different cars, such as the one using the five-year-old kid indoors. The police report said the driver of the vehicle suffered non-life-threatening injuries and has been researched for potential impairment.
A Kansas City Police Department officer stated Reid's eyes were bloodshot and the officer uttered"a moderate odor of alcoholic drinks," based on a police officer announcement acquired by ESPN.
Asked whether the episode was a diversion for the Chiefs,'' Reid said,"We'd set the game program in the week earlier. The diversion was not a diversion so far as the game program goes. That was in and the way we were planning to utilize it and proceed forward.
"From an individual perspective, it is a rough one. From a football perspective, I do not believe that was a difficulty."