Chiefs Receiver Rice Was Driving Lamborghini Involved in Crash

Updated On Apr 5, 2024 by Landon Wheeler

Rashee Rice crashes Lamborghini in DallasSummary:

  • Kansas City Chiefs’ Rashee Rice was behind the wheel of the Lamborghini involved in a six-car crash in Dallas.
  • Two victims were hospitalized with minor injuries.
  • The wide receiver’s attorney said Rice was fully cooperating with the authorities.

On Thursday, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice’s attorney confirmed that the player was behind the wheel of the speeding Lamborghini that was involved in a car crash in Dallas, Texas.

The incident that involved six took place on Saturday and led to the hospitalization of two people due to minor injuries.

Attorney Royce West explained the 23-year-old wide receiver who was selected by the team in the second round of last year’s NFL Draft was fully cooperating with police.

Making Sure the Victims “Are Made Whole as Best as Possible

Rice was also open to answering all questions asked of him regarding the crash while expressing his desire to support the people who were involved in the crash.

But for the grace of God, someone could have been injured – seriously injured

his attorney added.

West further expressed his client’s stand on the situation. Namely, the player fully understands what has happened, appreciates it, and wishes to

come out and say he’s going to be responsible for making certain that the victims are made whole as best as possible.

Rashee Rice, who managed to establish himself as the most reliable wide receiver on the team, issued a statement on his social media on Wednesday, saying that he took “full responsibility” for his part in the matter, adding that he will keep working together with the necessary authorities.

I sincerely apologize to everyone impacted in Saturday’s accident


Corvette vs. Lamborghini

During the news conference held a few days after the incident on the road, Dallas Police spokesperson Kristin Lowman explained that a Corvette and a Lamborghini originally crashed in the far-left lane of the North Central Expressway.

This caused the drivers to lose control, according to the spokesperson, triggering the Lamborghini to travel “onto the shoulder and hit the center median wall”.

This further caused a chain reaction collision that involved four other vehicles, with six vehicles involved in the crash in total.

Lowman explained the occupants of the Lamborghini and the Corvette “all ran from the scene without stopping” to determine if anyone needed medical assistance or give them their information.

The Dallas Fire Rescue treated two of the involved drivers for minor injuries while two occupants of a different vehicle were driven to a local hospital where they received treatment for minor injuries.

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