Jim Boeheim Will Not Face Charges In Fatal Car Accident: Report


Last week, it was reported that Syracuse basketball head coach Jim Boeheim was in a automobile accident that resulted within the loss of life of 51-year-old Syracuse man Jorge Jimenez. Jimenez was in a automobile that broke down through the night time on the facet of the freeway. The man acquired out of the car and that’s when Boeheim struck him together with his automobile on the icy highway, which led to the loss of life of the person. Boeheim instantly cooperated fully and even handed a subject sobriety take a look at. Officials have seemed into it and in response to TMZ Sports, Boeheim was not dashing through the accident and did all the things he may to try to keep away from the accident. 

Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick is now saying that Boeheim will more than likely not face any expenses or be prosecuted for what occurred.

The coach already issued a press release concerning the accident saying he was “heartbroken member of our neighborhood died as the results of final night time’s accident.” Boeheim adopted that up by remarking that “Juli and I prolong our deepest sympathies to the Jimenez household. Out of respect for these concerned, I can’t be offering additional remark at the moment.”

Boeheim defined earlier that he had seen a crash on the facet of the highway and tried to keep away from it however by no means truly noticed Jimenez on the highway.