NFL Safety Killed In Car Crash

Former Charger safety Terrence Kiel was killed late Friday after he was thrown from a Chevy sedan he was driving. He was 27 years old.

A witness saw Terrence Kiel driving the wrong way down a road before his 2004 Chevy sedan rolled near an intersection in Scripps Ranch, a part of San DiegoTerrence Kiel was ejected from his car, and was barely breathing when paramedics reached him and he died about an hour later. Friends had tried to keep Terrence Kiel from driving home from the party. It is not known whether Kiel had been under the influence of drugs or alcohol until toxicology tests were performed.
A second-round pick from Texas A&M in the 2003 NFL draft, Kiel has been out of the league since the Chargers released him after a guilty plea to a felony drug charge in February 2007.

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