ATLANTA, GA – Usher’s 11-year-old stepson has been declared brain dead after being involved in a jet ski accident Friday.
According to TMZ, Kyle Glover, the son of Usher’s estranged wife Tameka Foster, has been declared brain dead after being hit by a jet ski. He is still on life support and there has been no word on whether his family will take him off.
Glover had been riding an inner tube on Lake Lanier in Atlanta when he was hit in the head by a jet ski. He was rushed by air to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta immediately following the incident, but was unresponsive at the scene.
Investigators are still trying to determine what exactly happened. Robin Hill, a representative for the Department of Natural Resources (Wildlife Resources Division), told TMZ the department’s Critical Incident Response Team will recreate the accident using a computer program to determine the individual details of the incident.
Once the investigation is complete, the case will be turned over to the district attorney who will then decide whether or not to file charges.
Although Usher had a bitter divorce from Foster, he chartered a plane for her so she might arrive at the hospital quickly because she was out of town.
Jet ski accidents are extremely dangerous, often resulting in critical injuries like Glover’s. While there may be nothing that can be said or done to mollify a victim or their family’s pain, there is a way to ensure those involved in any type of personal injury incident obtain justice.
If you or a loved one were hurt in a jet ski accident, car crash, malpractice case, or any other incident, contact an accident attorney immediately to file a claim. Accident lawyers will fight for your rights and ensure you obtain compensation for your injuries and/or losses.
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