Marissa Hall | Shale Plays Media
The special investigator for the Deepwater Horizon spill has been seriously injured in a car accident. According to a report by Michael Schmidt for the New York Times, former FBI director Louis Freeh was the sole occupant of the vehicle when he drove off the road in Vermont, running over a mailbox before hitting a tree.
The 64-year-old sustained multiple injuries, including a broken leg, and required surgery at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
According to Petro Global News, as the special investigator for the claims process, Freeh is obligated to ensure the process is free of fraud.
Check out Schmidt’s full article for all the details: Louis Freeh, Ex-Head of F.B.I., hurt in Vermont car crash
Petro Global News’ report: Louis Freeh, Deepwater Horizon investigator, seriously injured in car crash