No specific details of the crash were provided, only that it was a single-vehicle collision. No alcohol or drugs were involved and he’s fully insured. “It’s my fault, I hurt myself in this crash and I’ve got to deal with the consequences,” Griffiths said. “I’m just lucky that my passenger was able to walk away – the car can be replaced but some things can’t.” He’s absolutely right and his attitude is commendable. A true class act.
Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for social media trolls. Griffiths has since had to take down his Facebook page following plenty of online abuse. Some have even contacted his mother saying he “should die and stuff.” Accidents happen but no one deserves to be treated this way.