New York Jets Coach Rex Ryan Unharmed in Car Accident
The New York Jets coach Rex Ryan was involved in a three-car collision in eastern Pennsylvania last week. He was not harmed in the accident. A spokesperson for the team has stated that Ryan has been issued a warning. He did not receive a citation for the accident that occurred on January 14th in Bethlehem, Pa. The accident occurred about 45 minutes from the team’s home base in Florham Park, N.J. The drivers and passengers in the other two vehicles were not injured.
Ryan is currently in Mobile, Ala. The team’s new general manager did not comment on the incident. A witness told police they observed Ryan run a red light in his Ford Mustang, which caused him to have a three car accident. The Bethlehem Police would not publicly identify the drivers of the other vehicles. The police are awaiting a phone call from another witness before concluding the investigation.
Rex Ryan accident: New York Jets coach Rex Ryan involved in 3-car crash last week, spokesman says