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Former NCCU basketball player injured in crash

Jeremy Ingram led Eagles to 2014 MEAC Championship.

Jeremy Ingram, a former guard for North Carolina Central University, and the 2014 MEAC Player of the Year was injured in a car accident on Thursday according to NCCU Head Coach LeVelle Moton.

Moton posted the news on his Twitter account Friday morning.

In a separate post on his Instagram account Moton said that his fiance and newborn child were in the car as well.  He says that Ingram’s fiance suffered a broken arm and the child was unharmed.

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Deeply saddened by some tragic news yesterday.Jeremy Ingram @jerm_blazin , his fiance, and newborn were in a tragic car accident days ago in which he suffered a broken neck. I Love this kid with every fiber in my body. He's like a child to me. I ask that you continue to keep him and his family in Prayer. NC Central Basketball is what it is in large part because of this kid. His fiance (Brandy) suffered a broken arm and the baby is Wonderful with no injuries (To God Be the Glory). The family will set up a GoFundMe next week and I ask that you give and share to support medical and extended services to support the family as they endure this uphill climb. Again, this is tough for everyone, but TOGETHER we will get through. God Bless. #WeAreNCCU #Pray4Jerm

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HBCU Gameday will update you on the condition of Ingram as more details emerge.

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