Charlie Davies, U.S. men’s national team striker was injured in a single car accident in Virginia Tuesday. Davies was "seriously injured" according to reports but the deatils of the injury is undisclosed. A three-hour surgery was made on Favies at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C.
A statement by Coach Bob Bradley is posted on the U.S. Soccer Web site:
“Obviously, as a team we were saddened to learn this news, our thoughts and prayers are with Charlie and his family, as well as the people in the car and the families of the others involved. As a team, we are relying on each other in a moment that has for sure hit us all hard.”
Ashley Roberta, of Phoenix, Md. one of the two women who were with Davies died on the scene.
According to U.S. Soccer Federation spokesman Neil Buethe Davies' injury is not lifethreatening but could be "career-threatening."