Former Alabama receiver Henry Lux III was involved in a fatal accident on Tuesday and was charged with drunk driving and died. According to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police.
The prosecution said on Wednesday Rag was driving 156 mph He crashed into another car and killed a 23-year-old woman and her dog with blood alcohol levels twice the Nevada statutory limit.
“Our thoughts and prayers are certainly directed at everyone involved in this tragic situation, especially the victims,” said his college coach Nick Saban. “Our thoughts and prayers are certainly with them, but our thoughts and prayers are also with Henry and his family.”
Saban went on to say that this is something that many people can learn and how important it is to make good choices and do the right thing.
“Sometimes the results can be catastrophic,” Savan said. “These results will probably have a pretty devastating blow to Henry. We love him. We will support him through it, but the victims also have a lot of compassion, Our thoughts and prayers are with them. “
According to the Las Vegas Review JournalA loaded gun was also found in Ruggs’ car, and a $ 150,000 bail was ordered for Ruggs and the highest levels of electronic surveillance. He was ordered to return to court on November 10.
The 22-year-old Raiders was also released by the Las Vegas Raiders. After playing in Alabama from 2017 to 2019, he was ranked 12th overall in the 2020 NFL Draft.
This article was originally published in The Tuscaloosa News. What Nick Saban said about Henry Lux III in the wake of a fatal car accident