There’s good news in regards to Dolphins defensive tackle Kendrick Norton, as his agent reports that he’s getting out of the hospital.
Norton had a sixth surgery earlier this week after losing his arm in a car crash on the 4th of July following a car crash.
The car wreck early on the morning of July 4 that resulted in the amputation of his left arm.
According to the accident report obtained by CBS-4 in Miami, Norton was cited for an improper lane change.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Norton was on a northbound expressway when he apparently made a sudden turn in an effort to get into a lane that was heading toward a southbound ramp.
As he made the turn, Norton’s F-250 hit a Maserati, which caused his truck to hit a concrete barrier before flipping over.
The accident took place just after 1 a.m. ET.