The footage shows first responders helping Garrett to his feet as blood flows from his right arm. His passenger was also injured and was lying on the ground.

Tyler Carrey, Neil Fisher, Brie Buckley

2:45 PM EDT September 27, 2022

11:35 PM EDT September 27, 2022

MEDINA COUNTY, Ohio – A newly released video sheds light on the aftermath Monday’s car crash that injured Browns quarterback Myles Garrett and a female passenger.

Surveillance video from the Medina County Sheriff’s Office shows Garrett and the woman lying on the ground after the Porsche driven by Garrett slid off the state road south of State Route 18 in Sharon Township. Garrett sat on the grass and talked as firefighters checked his biceps and other areas for injuries, then crews helped him to his feet and carried him to an ambulance as blood poured from his right arm.

The unidentified female passenger, whose face was blurred in the video, was seen lying down as paramedics tended to her. Both she and Garrett were taken to various area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. Garrett is being released late Monday night.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol has not yet confirmed what may have caused the crash, but said alcohol or drugs are not suspected factors in the crash. The road was also slippery from recent rain, and residents told 3News that deer and other animals often cross cars in the area.

Despite how wrecked the car was, those familiar with the 2021 911 Turbo S luxury sports car, which starts at $250,000, weren’t shocked that Garrett and his passenger were able to walk away from the wreckage. One expert pointed out that the cars are designed with speed in mind, with strong steel protecting the interior and lighter materials for the rest of the car to absorb impacts and protect those inside.

“Porsche, like most German cars, is obviously built in a very specific way due to the fact that in Germany cars accelerate with much greater speed and effect,” the expert told 3News. “The interior cabin is constructed of the strongest steel money can buy in the world today.”

Garrett, one of the best defensive players in the NFL, drove up about two hours after Brown’s practice ended in Berea. The Browns announced in a statement from general manager Andrew Berry that Garrett suffered “a sprained shoulder, a strained bicep, minor lacerations, and some bumps and bruises on various other parts of his body.”

Garrett has not been ruled out of the Browns’ next scheduled game against the Atlanta Falcons this coming Sunday.

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