Kansas City Chiefs rusher Rice is suspected in connection with a 6-vehicle crash in Dallas

Kansas City Chiefs rusher Rice is suspected in connection with a 6-vehicle crash in Dallas

Police were searching for Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashi Rice in connection with a major multi-vehicle accident Saturday evening in Northeast Dallas, law enforcement officials confirmed to Dallas Morning News.

Officials said a vehicle believed to be registered or rented to Rice was involved in an accident in the 6600 block of North Central Expressway at approximately 6:20 p.m. News. Law enforcement officials said police were searching for Rice and had obtained a police summons News He confirmed that law enforcement authorities were searching for him in connection with the incident.

His alleged involvement in the incident is unclear. Dallas Police spokeswoman Christine Lohman said the preliminary investigation found that the driver of a Chevrolet Corvette and the driver of a Lamborghini were speeding in the far left lane, near University Boulevard, and both lost control of their vehicles.

The car rental company’s attorney says Rashi Rice rented the Lamborghini used in the Dallas hit-and-run

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Video after 6-vehicle crash Dallas police suspect Rushie Rice of Kansas City Chiefs

A traffic accident involving six cars occurred today, Saturday, northeast of Dallas, injuring at least four people. Police suspect that the accident may have been the case of Rashi Rice of the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Lamborghini struck the shoulder and “hit the center median wall, causing a chain-reaction collision involving four other vehicles,” Loehmann said. The occupants of the Lamborghini and Corvette left the crash site on foot without stopping to see if anyone needed medical assistance or provide any of their information, Lohmann said.

Two drivers who sustained minor injuries were treated at the scene of the accident, while two other people who sustained minor injuries were transported to the hospital. Police are still working to identify the suspects, Loman said.

The police summons he obtained News Rice — a former Richland High School and SMU star — was listed as the suspected driver of the Corvette. Spokespeople for the presidents did not respond to phone and email requests for comment. A representative of Rice’s marketing team also did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Rice’s name did not appear in Dallas County Jail records as of 4 p.m. Sunday. It is not clear whether he faces any charges.

Bill Nabors, who was driving on the highway when the accident happened, captured the collision on his dashcam and shared footage showing a black Lamborghini racing down the road, followed by a black Corvette.

A Lamborghini drives alongside a white Hyundai Accent and appears to be pushing it into the middle lanes. The Corvette behind it turns into the center lane and a plume of smoke appears as the car turns left.

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The Corvette collides with another vehicle, spins left, then hits the right shoulder wall and comes to a stop.

A Lamborghini stops in one of the central lanes facing oncoming traffic with hazards running. Three people exit the passenger side and walk toward the shoulder. There are two more cars parked along the shoulder in front of you.

Kayla Quinn, 27, said: News In an interview she said she was driving home from the Fort Worth Zoo with her 4-year-old son when the accident started. Quinn said her car was struck on the driver’s side.

She said her side mirror was broken, preventing her from seeing much when she tried to stop. She recalled that many of the vehicles spun or flipped in the air. After she stopped, she looked back and saw men from a Lamborghini appearing to pull someone out of a Corvette.

Screenshot from a major crash on North Central Expressway on Saturday, March 30, 2024 around 6:20 p.m. Police said one of the cars involved in the crash is believed to be linked to wide receiver Rushie Rice of the Kansas City Chiefs. (Photo by Bill Nabors)(Bill Nabors)

Five men then drove away from the Lamborghini and Corvette on the side of the highway. Quinn said they appeared to be heading to a nearby train station.

“No one stopped,” Quinn said. News. “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?”

The video you provided News It shows a man wearing a white shirt and carrying a bag walking near the crash site. Quinn said it was a Lamborghini.

“Are you guys okay?” asks someone behind the camera.

The man answers: “Yes, my chest.”

“Where are you guys headed?” asks the person taking the video. The man didn’t seem to respond.

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Moments later, four more men passed, behind the man in the white shirt. A man has something on top of his head that obscures some of his face. Another man puts his arm around someone’s shoulders as he walks.

“Are you guys okay?” The person taking the video asks again. “Yes,” someone answers.

“We have to get there,” the man with his face obscured said, pointing to a path above the highway.

“You guys are going to leave her?” asks the person taking the video. No one seemed to respond.

The group talks about calling 911 after the Corvette and Lamborghini men passed them.

Another video provided by Quinn shows damage to several cars, including a massive dent on the driver’s side of her Accent. The video shows the outside mirror hanging down, and the front and rear bumpers being displaced.

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Quinn said News A pair of white cleats were left in the back of the Lamborghini.

Quinn said her son was shaking and crying but was examined by first responders at the crash site and was OK. She said her left shoulder still hurts, but the adrenaline rush through her body distracted her when the accident happened.

“I was shocked,” she said. “I couldn’t really feel much pain.”

She said she was stuck at the crash site for about five hours — until about 11:30 p.m. — while police investigated. She added that her car was “unfit to drive,” noting that other cars had also suffered severe damage.

She said she was disturbed that the occupants of the Lamborghini and Corvette apparently drove away without compassion and put at least two children in danger, adding that she wanted 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.”

Mark Lenahan, a lawyer who said he represented one of the crash victims, said: News He is collecting information about what happened. He did not name his client, but said they were passengers in an Uber car that was T-shaped.

Lenahan said he was still working to confirm the details, but his understanding was that the Lamborghini was a rental. He said he contacted the actual owner of the Lamborghini, who he said was not involved.

“It’s terrible, but it’s not surprising,” Lenahan said. “Everyone in DFW knows this part of Dallas is a hotspot for horseback riding.”

Rice grew up in North Richland Hills and attended Richland High School, where he was a three-star recruit before committing to SMU. There he became one of the most successful wide receivers in Mustang history, and fifth all-time in yards among SMU receivers.

He was a second-round pick in 2023 by the Kansas City Chiefs and flourished almost immediately with quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Super Bowl champion Chiefs.

He ranked second among NFL rookie receivers in receiving yards. In the Chiefs’ overtime win over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII in February, Rice caught six passes for 39 yards to help Kansas City to the title.

Staff writers Julia James and Aria Jones, as well as digital sports producer RJ Coyle, contributed to this report.

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