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BOSTON (AP) - A lawyer for the family of a man hurt in a two-vehicle crash with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s car says his condition has worsened.
Attorney Samuel Reef tells The Boston Globe newspaper the family of Rogerio Rodrigues is concerned for his well-being as it awaits more medical tests.
The 49-year-old Fall River resident was a passenger in a minivan driven by his adult son when it collided with a car driven by Brady last Thursday in Boston. He underwent emergency surgery and had been listed in serious condition.
Reef says he took a turn for the worse over the weekend.
Brady wasn’t injured in the accident and practiced with his teammates later that day.
Police say Rodrigues‘ son ran a red light. He has maintained he had the green light.
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