Michigan basketball assistant coach Saddi Washington and his family did not suffer any serious injuries after they were involved in a rollover accident Tuesday on their way home after the team arrived back in Michigan, a team spokesman told The Detroit News.
“Thank God,” spokesman Tom Wywrot told The Detroit News. “Everyone’s a little shaken up.”
“Everybody is fine and heading to the facility,” he told MLive. “We’re thankful and blessed as it could have been worse.”
A police official did not know how many people were in the car during the one-vehicle incident, according to The Detroit News. Washington was on his way back from the Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti after the Wolverines landed back in their home state following a 79-62 loss in the National Championship Game to Villanova.
Washington just finished his second season as an assistant with the Wolverines after spending 10 years on staff at Oakland, the last three as associate head coach.