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Police say Tom Brady tried to avoid collision

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady swerved to try to avoid a collision with a minivan early Thursday morning, according to Boston.com.

In the police report, Brady said "the traffic light was green. As he entered the intersection the minivan crossed into his path from Commonwealth Ave., at which time he attempted to swerve, but was unable to. His vehicle struck the passenger side of the minivan.''

Ludgero Rodriques, the 21-year-old driver of the minivan, said he had the right of way, but an eyewitness told police Brady had the green light. Rodrigues, who has been cited numerous times for violations, was cited for running a red light.

Brady and Rodrigues were unhurt; however, Rodrigues' father was injured and was to undergo back surgery today.

By Cindy Boren  |  September 10, 2010; 3:39 PM ET
Categories:  NFL  
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Comments

Oh, thank goodness. I was so concerned about whether poor Tom would get a fair trial in a Boston court. Looks like we won't have to find out. *whew*

Posted by: NateinthePDX | September 10, 2010 4:56 PM | Report abuse

Well you never know. He didn't get a fair haircut.

Posted by: SMACK1 | September 10, 2010 11:28 PM | Report abuse

Boy, my day is complete now that I know he tried to swervee. I thought he was just driving down the road playing bumber cars. Thank goodness what used to be one of the top news agency's in the world cleared that up for me. Whew!!

Posted by: 6-2StackMonster | September 11, 2010 1:09 PM | Report abuse

Wow SMACK1 you actually care about Brady's hair style. Wow - you need to get a life. Who cares about hair styles? Shallow idiots.

Posted by: tylerdurden1 | September 11, 2010 4:13 PM | Report abuse

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