Patriots rookie linebacker involved in Foxboro auto crash

Frederick Owens
October 16, 2017

Former BYU linebacker Harvey Langi, who's in his rookie season with the New England Patriots, and his wife were hospitalized after being involved in a vehicle accident Friday night in Foxborough, Massachusetts, reports confirmed. Both were taken to the hospital for their injuries and are receiving medical attention.

They sustained serious but not life-threatening injuries during the three-car pileup.

The Patriots say Langi, a rookie from BYU, and his wife were stopped a traffic light on Friday night when the vehicle they were in was rear ended by another auto.

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Patriots Coach Bill Belichick extended the team's thoughts and prayers to Langi and his family and called it "a very unfortunate situation, one that I think shook everybody in the organization". However, they were taken to two separate hospitals.

According to WDHD.com, there was an accident on Fisher Street last night in which "fire crews had to cut the roof off of one of the cars involved to rescue the trapped driver". He played college football at Brigham Young University.

"They are hurt but they are alive and that's a blessing we are grateful for", he said. Langi's wife, Cassie, suffered fractures to both hips, broken ribs and is being evaluated for internal bleeding from the liver and spleen.

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