NEW YORK (AP), The parents of a Florida boy who was hit by a Wake Forest University assistant basketball coach died Friday. They said they didn’t accept his condolences.
Bob and Donna Kent said to NBC Today that Jamel Jones, their coach, had to intervene to save Sandor Sabo’s health after he hit him on Sunday. Take him to the hospital to see if you are able to save his life. Bob Kent stated.
Police claim that Sabo knocked on Jones’ SUV window, believing it to be his Uber.
According to a source familiar with the investigation, Sabo knocked on the windows of the cars before Jones allegedly bumped into them. The man spoke only because he was not permitted to speak publicly.
Police claim Jones escaped, struck Sabo, and ran off. Sabo fell on his head and was subsequently paralyzed. Sabo lost consciousness and was disengaged from life support on Tuesday. Condolences are “too late”
Bob and Donna Kent revealed to NBC Today that Jamel Jones, their coach, had to intervene to save Sandor Sabo’s health after he hit him on Sunday morning.
Bob Kent stated, “If you are a good father, son, or husband, why don’t you try to take him into the hospital and see what you can do to save his life?”
The city’s forensic expert stated that Szabo died from blunt head trauma on Friday.
Jones, 35 years old, was arrested for the crime in Kernersville, North Carolina. His next court appearance is scheduled for October 2.
Alain Massena Jones’ lawyer, said to AP that Jones’ death was “a tragic accident” and that Mr. Jones and his loved ones offer their deepest condolences and thoughts to the Sabo family.
Today, Donna Kent said: “I’m sorry. Your condolences have been too late.”
Sabo, also 35 years old, was born in Boca Raton Florida where he lived together with his brother.
Sabo was vice-president of sales at What If Media Group, which is a digital media company located in Fort Lee, NJ.