Two Clemson soccer gamers are dealing with a lawsuit after they have been allegedly touring at a harmful pace in a automotive that crashed right into a mail supply truck final 12 months.
Defensive backs Fred Davis II and Malcolm Greene have been named within the lawsuit, which was filed in Pickens County Frequent Pleas Courtroom on Wednesday. In keeping with Scott Keepfer of the Greenville Information, the civil go well with claims Davis was racing and driving recklessly on a highway near Clemson when he collided with a mail truck on July 21, 2021. The driving force of the mail truck, Karen Alvarez, suffered severe accidents.
Digital knowledge from the airbag module within the car pushed by Davis confirmed that Davis was “touring at 115 miles per hour in a 55 mph zone when he first utilized his brakes 2.8 seconds earlier than he collided with the rear of Plaintiff’s car,” the go well with says.
Davis was arrested and charged with reckless driving. Greene, who was within the car with Davis on the time, can be named within the lawsuit. Alvarez is searching for unspecified damages.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney mentioned the lawsuit won’t impact the 2 gamers’ standing with the crew. He expressed sympathy for the sufferer. Each gamers have been disciplined internally after the incident.
“It’s a really unhappy state of affairs,” Swinney mentioned. “Somebody virtually misplaced their life. They’re actually lucky that the woman concerned survived, however she’s received loads of challenges. I don’t suppose anyone’s stunned that it will play out on the civil aspect.”
Davis, a junior, has began three video games for the Tigers this season. He has 10 complete tackles and has damaged up two passes. Greene, additionally a junior, has appeared in three video games and made 7 complete tackles.