Britt Reid, the former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach, pleaded guilty Monday to felony driving while intoxicated and causing a 2021 crash that severely injured a 5-year-old girl in another vehicle.

During the 30-minute hearing, Reid admitted that on Feb. 4, 2021, he was intoxicated when his pickup truck slammed into two vehicles on the side of an entrance ramp along Interstate 435

I regret what I did. I made a huge mistake,” said Reid, 37. “I apologize to the family. I didn’t mean to hurt anyone that night.

In pleading guilty, Reid, who is the son of head coach Andy Reid, could have faced up to seven years in prison.

McKenzie said he could order Reid to serve the entire four years in prison, as recommended by the prosecutor’s office.

But Missouri law also allows him to sentence Reid to serve just 120 days in jail and place him on five years probation.

Felicia Miller, Ariel’s mother, told McKenzie that she and her family opposed the plea agreement prosecutors reached with Reid and his attorneys.

Miller was joined in the courtroom with six relatives and supporters who wore white T-shirts with the words “Justice for Ariel” on the front.