NFL’s Todd Heap Accidentally Kills His 3 Yr Old Daughter, Here Are The Details

Remember Todd Heap? He is a former American football tight end who had played 12 seasons in the National Football League (NFL). Heap had played ten years for the Ravens and had become the franchise’s all-time leader in touchdown catches and second all-time in receptions and yards.

He’s surely an exceptional football player.

Coming to his personal life, Heap married Ashley, who is also his high school sweetheart in 2001 and they had five pretty children together.

Many of his co-players describe his as the perfect family man with his loving family. He dearly loves all of them and lives for his family

Little did they knew that fate had some entirely different plans for them and he had to be a pawn in the hands of fate to bring the bad to his family.

Heap was moving the truck at his home in Mesa, a Phoenix suburb when a tr*gedy happened that changed their lives! Read on to know what happened.

When Heap was moving the truck, he acc!dentally ran over his youngest daughter. According to several reports, the little girl d!ed after the former tight end, acc!dentally struck her with his car in the family’s driveway on Friday, April 14. Though she was immediately taken to the hospital, but she couldn’t survive the fata| acc!dent and d!ed.

The Ravens called the inc!dent “knee-buckling news and an overwhelming tr*gedy,” while ASU said, “Our thoughts and prayers are with Todd, Ashley, and the entire Heap family during this immensely sad tr*gedy.

Condolences poured in for his family from everywhere. May God give strength to the family to cope up with such difficult a situation. Furthermore, the child safety advocacy group said more than 800 children have been k!lled in the past two decades in instances in which a child in front of a vehicle wasn’t seen by the driver. The organisation’s president, Janette Fennell, said blind zones in the front and back of cars cause such extremely fata| tr*ged!es.

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