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More than two months after an accident left a family devastated, former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid has been charged with driving while intoxicated. On Monday, the Jackson County Attorney’s Office announced that Reid would be charged with a class D felony after he struck two disabled vehicles on an interstate on-ramp near the Chiefs practice field in Kansas City, Missouri. A class D felony could result in one to seven years of jail time for Reid. Prosecutors also asked for $100,000 in bail, according to Kansas City news station KMBC.

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