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Patriots: Brady attends practice after 2-car wreck
The crash knocked over a light pole and sent a passenger in the other vehicle to the hospital with serious injuries that are not considered life-threatening, Boston Fire Department spokesman Steve MacDonald said. No charges have been filed.
“I was hoping, obviously, that he was OK, but I saw him walking in. He had a smile on his face, no abrasions, so I think he’s fine,” Banta-Cain said.
As afternoon practice began, Brady, in full uniform with pads and helmet, was doing stretches along with his teammates.
Police responded to the intersection of Commonwealth Avenue and Gloucester Street at about 6:30 a.m. to reports of an accident between an Audi sedan and a minivan, police spokeswoman Elaine Driscoll said. The intersection is three blocks from Brady’s home.
The accident remains under investigation.
“I want to thank the safety personnel for their service, and express our concern and support for the well-being of the occupants of the other vehicle,” Brady’s agent, Don Yee, said in a statement, adding he had no other information.
One of Brady’s neighbors, a 74-year-old woman who asked that her name not be used for fear of being hounded by media inquiries, was walking her dogs when she saw the accident.
She said Brady was traveling south on Gloucester and approaching the intersection on a green light when his black Audi collided with a fast-moving red Ford Aerostar that was westbound on Commonwealth.
“The red car went up in the air, sideways. … The tire was half off,” the woman said.
Afterward, she said Brady immediately got out of his car.
The woman had been walking toward the intersection when she saw the cars headed toward each other. She took a step backward, tripped on the curb and hit her head, she said.
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