Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Earlier this month, she said she was worried she had run out of gas and would not answer the phone, according to footage released on Wednesday.
Calabria Haskins, who was unaware of the danger she was calling from Pittsburgh, told the Florida Highway Patrol Export on April 9 that her 24-year-old husband was calling near Fort Lauderdale to return gas. . She told him that the former Ohio State star had unknowingly tried to call the sender but he did not answer.
“I want someone to go around and see if the car is OK and if something happened to him,” she said. “Not like him,” she told me not to call back.
Highway patrols received alarming reports of an accident at Interst 595 in the morning near Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. However, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. In South Florida, he was training with Steele teammates.
“I do not want to be alarmed, but I want to tell you the truth,” he told the Calabria Haskins. “We had a problem on the highway, but I can’t confirm whether it is your husband or not.”
When she tried to find out more, the sender told her to “stay put.” In the late afternoon, Calabria Haskins began to cry and pray, but her words were often incomprehensible.
“Please, Lord, please, Lord,” she said.
The sender then returns with the call. Kalabrya Haskins told her to stay on her phone and that someone would call her.
According to an accident report released on Wednesday, witnesses told investigators that Haskins was trying to cross the highway when he overturned. The car slammed into the driveway, and he hit it too.
Haskins is being named the MVP by starring in Ohio State in 2018, setting a number of school record records and winning both the Big Ten Championship and the Buccaneer Rose Bowl Washington Washington.
The 2019 first round draft pick was released by the team after a 3-10 run in the Washington Reddskin Haskins in two seasons. He signed as a development QB in Pittsburgh but did not feature in a game last season.