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Child injured by Britt Reid has permanent brain injuries


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According to her family, Ariel Young has suffered permanent brain damage as a result of the accident caused by Britt Reid. She's reported to be awake, but unable to walk.

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Alcohol is still readily available to pickup at your nearest store and/or restaurant and then go driving about.

I had 2 cousins die to a drunk driver, uncles die from alcoholism, but America has to have there booze ready at a moments notice.

The worst part is he will get a slap on the wrist for his actions. He will still be living the best life while this girl and her parents have to deal with it everyday.

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13 minutes ago, hepcat said:

change out britt reid with a different person and how would this have gone

Not much different, minimal jail time, probation, classes. Unless they were a repeat offender.

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Police have said Britt Reid admitted to investigators to having had "two or three drinks" along with prescribed Adderall before the crash.

He needs to get serious time for this....unacceptable behavior 

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7 minutes ago, PootieNunu said:

Alcohol is still readily available to pickup at your nearest store and/or restaurant and then go driving about.

I had 2 cousins die to a drunk driver, uncles die from alcoholism, but America has to have there booze ready at a moments notice.

The worst part is he will get a slap on the wrist for his actions. He will still be living the best life while this girl and her parents have to deal with it everyday.

To be fair, he's lost his job with the Chiefs.

(as someone else said, takes a major screw up to lose a job where your dad's the boss)

Whether or not the legal system will come down hard on him though? Unknown.

They absolutely should.

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5 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

To be fair, he's lost his job with the Chiefs.

(as someone else said, takes a major screw up to lose a job where your dad's the boss)

Whether or not the legal system will come down hard on him though? Unknown.

They absolutely should.

He lost his job with the chiefs, but he is not heading to the welfare line. I am very doubtful the legal system does too much to inconvenience him.

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