Man in Florida gearresteer in 'n ongeluk wat die vader van die Patriots-speler doodgemaak het, ma agtergelaat ernstig beseer

Florida man arrested in crash that killed Patriots player's father, ma agtergelaat ernstig beseer

A man involved in a crash that killed New England Patriots running back James White’s father and seriously injured his mother in Florida last month was arrested Thursday, owerhede gesê.

Daniel Tucker Chamblin, 32, of Hollywood, was charged with vehicular homicide, reckless driving and speeding. He was being held in Broward County Jail and was set to make his first court appearance Friday.

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Chamblin was driving around 95 mph when his car slammed into a vehicle driven by Lisa White, the mother of the Patriots player, investigators said. Tyrone White, the player’s father, was in the passenger seat and was killed in the crash. He was a longtime Miami-Dade County Police Department captain.

Lisa White was recovering after suffering from serious injuries.

James White told reporters Wednesday that his mother was “doing better," Volgens Boston.com.

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“Everybody in Florida’s doing better,” White said. “My mom’s doing better, ook. She’s progressing physically. Uiteraard, a lot going on in her mind and things of that nature, but she’s continued to progress. I’m just trying to be there for her.”

White said it’s still a “tough situation.”

“She’s just trying to wrap her mind around everything," hy het gesê. “Kind of a lot going on, but I’m just trying to be there for her and my family, as well.”

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White left the team before the Week 2 wedstryd teen die Seattle Seahawks and returned before the Week 4 wedstryd teen die Kansas City Chiefs.

Associated Press het bygedra tot hierdie verslag.

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