An exceedingly strange and rare car accident took place this past Wednesday, May 7, 2014 in Washington D.C. Manager of the Washington Nationals Matthew Williams was involved in a car accident while giving an interview to the hosts of the local 106.7 The Fan’s Junkies radio show about sports.
The colorful, and ever cool, manager of the Major League Baseball team, Washington Nationals, was giving a phone interview to The Fan’s Junkies this past Wednesday, May 7, as Williams does every Wednesday. This interview was more arguably more exciting than others, as Williams suddenly reported over the phone that he has been rear-ended and proceeded to narrate the encounter.
Williams stated that his Chevy Tahoe was slammed into from behind by another motor vehicle. The other driver attempted to leave the scene of the accident, which was observed by D.C. Police. The police officer gave chase and left Williams to deal with the aftermath of the car accident.
Williams played it cool, however, managing to turn the discussion back to baseball with the question: “So what about baseball?”
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