A terrifying first-hand account of a crash linked to Rushie Rice has emerged

A terrifying first-hand account of a crash linked to Rushie Rice has emerged

A mother said her 4-year-old son was shaking and crying after her car was involved in an accident Saturday in Dallas that was suspected to involve wide receiver Rashie Rice, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Kayla Quinn, 27, recalled the terrifying moment when she said her Hyundai Accent was struck on the driver’s side as she was returning home from the Fort Worth Zoo with her son on the North Central Expressway.

“No one stopped,” Quinn told the newspaper. “We had kids, like, we had kids, you know what I’m saying? It’s just the fact that there wasn’t any compassion where you could have the decency to stop and check to make sure that somebody was okay, that somebody was alive, you know?”

Scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the North Central Freeway in northeast Dallas, where a Corvette was racing a Lamborghini. According to Dallas police. TMZ Sports
Scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the North Central Freeway in northeast Dallas, where a Corvette was racing a Lamborghini. According to Dallas police. TMZ Sports
Scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the North Central Freeway in northeast Dallas, where a Corvette was racing a Lamborghini. According to Dallas police. TMZ Sports

Her son was examined by first responders at the scene and was fine, Quinn said, adding that her shoulder was still sore.

Police confirmed to the Morning News that they are searching for 23-year-old Rice as the suspected driver of a Corvette that was racing a Lamborghini before a crash that left four people with minor injuries – with two people taken to hospital and two being treated in hospital. Scene.

Dallas police spokeswoman Christine Lohman told the outlet that the Corvette and Lamborghini drivers fled the scene after the crash without stopping to check on anyone.

Witnesses said photos obtained by TMZ Sports show the occupants of the two cars that caused the crash leaving the scene, walking on the side of the highway while first responders tended to the victims.

Scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the North Central Freeway in northeast Dallas, where a Corvette was racing a Lamborghini. According to Dallas police. TMZ Sports
Scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the North Central Freeway in northeast Dallas, where a Corvette was racing a Lamborghini. According to Dallas police. TMZ Sports
Rashi Rice #4 of the Kansas City Chiefs warms up before Super Bowl LVIII against the Kansas City Chiefs at Allegiant Stadium on February 11, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images

Quinn said she is disturbed that the occupants of the Lamborghini and Corvette put at least two children in danger, and she wants them to face child endangerment charges.

“I’m just trying to keep the faith, and you know, what happens in the dark comes to light, and everything will come out before us,” Quinn said. “You made it worse for yourself. You thought you escaped, but you didn’t.”

“I’m lucky I was able to get out of there because it could have been a lot worse.”

Quinn said her car was “undriveable,” and provided the Morning News with video showing several other damaged cars, including her mirror broken and hanging from the car.

Scene of a multi-vehicle crash on the North Central Freeway in northeast Dallas, where a Corvette was racing a Lamborghini. According to Dallas police. WFAA/Bill Nabors

Quinn explained that she saw men from a Lamborghini appear to pull someone out of a Corvette after the accident, and that a pair of white cleats were left in the back of the Lamborghini.

She also claimed that another witness said the men took weapons and bags from the vehicles before leaving the scene.

Dashcam video obtained by WFAA showed the moment the two speeding cars lost control and crashed into several other vehicles.

Rice, who grew up in North Richland Hills outside Fort Worth, has hired an attorney, CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson reported Sunday.

Rice won a Super Bowl with the Chiefs when they beat the San Francisco 49ers in February and had six catches for 39 yards in the big game.

San Francisco 49ers safety Logan Ryan (33) tackles Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rushie Rice (4) during the second quarter of Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium. USA TODAY Sports via Reuters Conn

The SMU product was selected by the Chiefs in the second round (55th overall) of the 2023 NFL Draft.

He had the most postseason receptions by a rookie with 26 last year.

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