Venus Williams’ Traffic Accident

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Virginia Traffic Accident: Venus Ebony Starr Williams was born in 1980 and is one of the best female tennis players who ever lived.  She and her sister Serena Williams developed the modern women’s tennis game into one based on power and athletic skill.  Williams has been ranked number one in the world on three occasions.  In 2002, Venus and Serena were the first sisters to hold the first and second single rankings.  In 2010, the Williams sisters shared the number one in doubles after winning their fourth consecutive grand slam.  Williams has seven Grand Slam singles titles.  She also won fourteen Grand Slam doubles titles.  She has five Wimbledon Singles titles.  After the 2017 French Open, Williams became the all time leader in Grand Slams played whether by men or women.  Williams has also won four Olympic Gold Medals as well as a silver.  Williams is the only person to have won a medal at four separate Olympics in tennisWilliams has played her sister 27 times and won 11.

Virginia Traffic Accident: On June 9, 2017, Venus Williams was involved in a fatal motor vehicle crash.  According to the other driver, Williams suddenly drove into an intersection in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.  The other driver indicated she had no chance to stop and slammed into the side of Williams’ SUV.  Williams, on the other hand, indicated that she entered the intersection on the green and had to proceed slowly through the intersection because of traffic.  The husband of the driver of the other vehicle suffered a head injury, dying about two weeks later.  The driver was also hospitalized with broken bones but will survive her injuries.  According to the police report, Williams was at fault as the other vehicle had the right of way.  The Police found no evidence of excessive speed, drugs, alcohol or distraction from electronic devices.

Virginia Traffic Accident:  According to Williams’ lawyer:  “The police report estimates that Ms. Williams was traveling at 5 mph when Mrs. Barson crashed into her. Authorities did not issue Ms. Williams with any citations or traffic violations.  “This is an unfortunate accident and Venus expresses her deepest condolences to the family who lost a loved one.”