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Dashcam reveals street race that caused six-car crash allegedly involved a Kansas City Chief wide receiver


Julia James
The Dallas Morning News

A man driving along a northeast Dallas expressway Saturday says he witnessed a crash that could have implications for an NFL player from North Texas.

Police are looking for Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice after a Chevrolet Corvette connected to him was involved in a crash that left four people with minor injuries, officials told The Dallas Morning News.

Dallas police responded about 6:20 p.m. Saturday to a crash in the 6600 block of North Central Expressway. Police said two cars, one Chevrolet Corvette and one Lamborghini, were speeding in the far left lanes near University Boulevard. The motorists lost control and caused “a chain reaction collision involving four other vehicles,” according to Dallas police.

Bill Nabors, who was driving Saturday afternoon on the North Central Expressway when the crash occurred, shared dashcam footage from his vehicle that shows him traveling in the second leftmost lane when two vehicles come speeding past . The Corvette appears to be in the leftmost lane and the Lamborghini looks to be driving in the left shoulder.

“All of the sudden I saw this flash in my driver’s side mirror,” Nabors told The News on Sunday. “A car just flying up super fast.”

The Lamborghini travels into the leftmost lane and appears to swipe or push right a white Hyundai Accent already in the leftmost lane. The Corvette, which swerved across multiple lanes, appears to push the Accent back to the left before colliding with a van. The van spins about 90 degrees, into the second lane from the left, before reversing back toward the right.

A cloud of smoke appears as the Lamborghini speeds ahead and seems to collide with a white vehicle.

“Next thing you knew, there were a couple of cars sliding sideways,” Nabors said.

As Nabors drives forward, the video shows the Corvette up against the wall on the right shoulder and the Lamborghini spun around in the middle of the lanes. Three people appear to exit the Lamborghini from the passenger side.

Nabors described the entire incident as “unbelievably scary.” Nabors kept driving; he said he didn’t think it was safe to stop on the road with cars collecting behind him.

His car was undamaged as far as he knew, Nabor said. He said he had reached out to police to share the video.

Dallas police said two motorists were treated at the crash site for minor injuries and two other people were taken to a hospital with minor injuries.

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