North Carolina's Luke Maye Involved In Scary Car Accident Thursday

Vincent De Villiers
Junho 10, 2017

Mark Maye said no one else was hurt in the wreck on Interstate 85, where the accident occurred as his son drove alone from Chapel Hill back toward the family's home outside of Charlotte.

North Carolina forward Luke Maye - best known for hitting a game-winning shot to push the Tar Heels to the Final Four in March - is OK after being involved in a auto accident on Thursday afternoon.

Troopers said Maye was wearing a seat belt and that he was very fortunate because he could have been ejected.

Ultimately, though, Maye's parents said their son walked away with no more than a few bumps and bruises.

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The Charlotte Observer said Maye was traveling home to attend both his youngest brother Drake's middle-school graduation Thursday night and to Huntersville Elementary Friday morning - where he was scheduled to be the guest speaker for the graduation ceremony at his former elementary school.

Maye's mom Aimée Maye told WSOC that he walked away from the crash and is fine. "Damaged the vehicle pretty bad, but he (Luke) said he feels perfectly fine".

Luke Maye hit the game-winning shot against Kentucky in the NCAA Tournament, sending the Tar Heels to the Final Four.

Maye will be a junior next season and is projected to be a starter for the Tar Heels. He averaged 5.5 points and 3.9 rebounds as a reserve forward in 2016-17.

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