Brian Hartline of the Miami Dolphins Could Be Charged After Accident

July 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Dolphins wide receiver brought up memories of his fellow Buckeye alumni Ted Ginn Jr., when news hit this morning that he had been involved in an accident.
While Hartline's Lawyer told the Florida Highway Patrol that the receiver was not injured, the officials may still charge him for leaving the scene of an accident that had resulted in property damage.
His Ford Truck hit a Cadillac Escalade at 4:30 a.m. today. It has not been confirmed if Hartline was driving the Truck, but he is the registered owner.
The damage reportedly was $10,000 for Hartline's truck and $20,000 for the Escalade.
When the Highway Patrol called Hartline's home, a guest answered and redirected them to Hartline's wife who is currently in California.
His Truck hit the Escalade which was on the shoulder of Interstate 595. The truck was going 65 miles per hour when it hit the Escalade, which was legally parked on the shoulder, then continued to drive 200 yards before stopping.
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