According to website report, Jets coach Rex Ryan allegedly drove his red Mustang through red light in South Bethlehem.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan may have been responsible for causing a three-car accident in South Bethlehem a week ago, according to a report published on the website Deadspin. According to the report, Ryan was driving his red Mustang west on W. Third Street after 6 p.m. on Jan. 14, when he allegedly went through a red light at the intersection of Wyandotte Street. Ryan’s Mustang collided with another car, which in turn collided with a third, according to the website, which quoted a Bethlehem police source. The story said there were no injuries and all the cars sustained moderate damage. It is not clear whether Ryan, who is a son of former Eagles coach Buddy Ryan, was cited.