According to CNN, Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garter and one passenger were both hospitalized after they were involved in a rollover accident in Sharon Township.
Ohio State Highway Patrol Sergeant Ray Santiago told the outlet Garrett, 26, and the passenger suffered from “non-life-threatening injuries.”
After receiving a report of a crash, authorities raced to the scene which was approximately 40 miles south from Cleveland just before 3:00 p.m.
“When troopers arrived on the scene, they found a gray Porsche 911 Turbo S from the right side of road with rollover damage,” Santiago said to CNN. He added that Garrett and the passenger were taken to a local hospital for treatment.
Santiago said that both he and his passenger were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash. There was no alcohol or drug impairment, according to the outlet.
PEOPLE did not receive a response from the Ohio State Highway Patrol or the Cleveland Browns to our requests for comment.
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After the incident, Garrett’s agent Nicole Lynn sent an update to his condition. She confirmed that he was in a one car accident.
She said that while we wait to find out the extent of his injuries, he was alert and responsive. “The Garrett family would like thank the medical staff that helped Myles and his passenger get out of their vehicle and safely transport them to the hospital.
ESPN reported that the accident occurred after the athlete had left Browns’ practice in Berea, Ohio. He is expected to be discharged from the hospital on Monday night. Lynn said that he didn’t break any bones.
Investigations into the crash are ongoing.