The departed NHL player went past a stop sign and struck the driver’s side of a BMW, according to the Metro Nashville Metropolitan District.
Nic Kerdiles, Savannah Chrisley’s former fiancé, passed away shortly after sunrise the morning of Saturday as a result of his wounds.
According to the Metro London Police the department, approximately 3:30 in the morning, Kerdiles, 29, was riding his Indian Motorcycles though a suburban area to the north within the Tenn capital when he apparently ran through a stop sign.
The owner of the a BMW, whom was reportedly struck by Kerdiles, did not appear to be hurt in the collision, but Kerdiles was brought to a local hospital where he eventually passed away, the site reports.
Requests for feedback from the MNPD and Kerdiles’ representatives and Chrisley’s representative went unanswered.
Kerdiles posted a picture of herself driving a bike while wearing a helmet on Friday night. On the platform’s Instagram the narrative, he stated, “Night rider” beneath the car.
In a social media series of images from a visit with his loved ones in his native Canada, the formerly collegiate hockey player earlier this month pondered on living each day to the fullest.
“the passing of time in our lives is passing by more quickly every day. I promise to never take these moments with children for granted again, and the same counsel holds true for everyone else, he added in the description.
Chrisley, 26, and Kerdiles got engaged in the past after they began to date in November 2017.
The marriage proposal and marriage were called off, Savannah revealed to PEOPLE in July 2020. “Nic and me were together for a little over two years,” she said, describing the decision she and Kerdiles made. We’re only trying to establish ourselves in the present day.
“We are improving ourselves so that we can be better for one another. We kind of march to our own rhythm, I like to say about our relationship,” she remarked.
The reality show host claimed that she that Kerdiles were still dating, but she thought that they “rushed in everything way too fast” and that they should also “the desire to make sure we’re in a healthy place.”
Chrisley revealed in a post on Instagram in September that the pair had “made a decision to call its quits.”
There is no animosity amongst the two of us, and in all honesty, that makes parting goodbye much tougher, the presenter of the Unlocked podcast said at the time. Although we adore, respect, and respect one another, it is now time for each of us to move forth on our own.