2 Clemson players were racing before crash that injured SC postal worker, lawsuit says

Two Clemson football players were racing each other in the moments before a crash that severely injured a postal worker in July 2021, according to a civil court lawsuit filed Wednesday.

A lawsuit filed on behalf of crash victim Karen Lorraine Alvarez accused Clemson defensive backs Fred Davis II and Malcolm Greene of “racing their vehicles” prior to Davis’ car colliding with Alvarez’s postal vehicle on July 21, 2021 on U.S. Highway 123 in Clemson.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said Wednesday the lawsuit against Davis and Greene “doesn’t change anything as far as their status on the team.” Both cornerbacks remain with the program ahead of No. 5 Clemson’s road game at Boston College on Saturday night.

 


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