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Dallas police chase Chiefs WR Rashee Rice after accident probe



It could be seen a major accident on the road which supposed to Rashee Rice

Police in Dallas are looking for Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice. They’re investigating a big accident that happened on Saturday evening, as reported by The Dallas Morning News.

“The Dallas Morning News said that a car, possibly owned or rented by Rashee Rice, crashed around 6:20 p.m. on Saturday. So, the officials are searching for Rice in connection with the crash.

According to Kristin Lowman, a spokesperson for the Dallas police, things got wild on the road when a driver in a Chevy Corvette and another in a Lamborghini decided to have their own little race in the far left lane. Well, surprise, they both lost control of their rides! The Lamborghini ended up crashing into the median wall, setting off a domino effect that roped in four other unlucky vehicles. Two individuals requiring a hospital check-up reported only minor injuries on-site, luckily. As for the speed demons behind the wheel? The cops are still on the case, trying to put names to the faces.

The police lady told the Morning News that folks from both the Lamborghini and the Corvette booked it from the crash scene. She mentioned that four people sustained minor injuries, with two of them requiring transportation to the hospital.

Rashee Rice hold a American football in his hand.

Rashee Rice involvement

They’re not totally sure if Rice was involved in the crash, but according to some police papers scooped up by The Dallas Morning News, they’re pointing fingers at him as the potential driver of the Corvette. As of Sunday morning, it’s still up in the air whether Rice is in trouble or not, and how much he’s mixed up in the whole mess remains a mystery. And just so you know, as of 7 a.m. ET on Sunday, Rice wasn’t showing up in any records at the Dallas County jail.

The Chiefs snagged Rice in the second round last year, and he totally rocked his rookie season. He was the main man catching passes from Patrick Mahomes, right behind Travis Kelce. Get this, he pulled in 79 catches for 938 yards and scored seven touchdowns, leading the team in that department. And guess what? He didn’t stop there. During the Chiefs’ epic Super Bowl journey, he made a whopping 26 catches in the playoffs, setting a rookie record in the American football. Standing tall at 6-foot-1, Rice really made a name for himself as Kansas City’s top wide receiver last season.