Luke Maye, one of the stars of North Carolina’s run to the 2017 NCAA tournament men’s basketball championship, was involved in a scary car accident on Interstate 85 Thursday that included Maye’s car flipping several times and coming to rest upside down. Ultimately, though, Maye’s parents said their son walked away with no more than a few bumps and bruises. Luke Maye still made it to both his youngest brother Drake’s middle-school graduation Thursday night and to Huntersville Elementary Friday morning -- where Maye was scheduled to be the guest speaker for the graduation ceremony at his former elementary school. “Yes, Luke had a car accident this afternoon coming home for his brother’s middle school graduation,” Mark Maye said in a text message to The Observer Thursday night. “Was very fortunate. Thank the good Lord he is fine. Put a real scare in him -- and us.” Aimee Maye, Luke’s mother, said Friday morning her son did not have to go to the hospital for evaluation “because he was clearly fine at the scene.” His car, however, was totaled. Read more here: