The son of Philadelphia Flyers interim general manager Daniel Breyer was accused Tuesday of throwing a wheelchair belonging to a disabled student down the stairs of a bar.
Surveillance footage of the incident appeared to show Mercyhurst University student-athlete Carson Breyer walking up a flight of stairs and talking to another man. He then appeared to take a wheelchair that was at the top of the stairs and roll it down before returning to the bar.
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Carson Brier plays hockey with the Mercyhurst Lakers. He played 30 matches for the team during the 2022-23 season, scoring five goals and recording eight assists.
The university said an incident involving a student was being investigated after a firestorm began on social media.
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said the school in response to Julia Zhukovsky, who initially shared the video on Twitter.
“Our Student Conduct Office and the Police and Safety Department are investigating.”
Zhukovsky later said that the disabled student had to be “carried physically” up the stairs.
The Flyers did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News Digital.
Daniel Breer was named interim general manager of the Flyers last week after the firing of Chuck Fletcher.
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He played for the Flyers, Phoenix Coyotes, Buffalo Sabers, Montreal Canadiens, and Colorado Avalanche from 1997 to 2015.
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