Dashcam footage shows crash allegedly involving Chiefs WR Rashee Rice – On3.com

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Dashcam footage has been released showing the crash which allegedly involved Kansas City Chiefs receiver Rashee Rice Saturday evening in Dallas.

The Dallas Morning News reported that Rice was connected to a vehicle involved in a major crash at around 6:20 p.m. and that police are now looking for him.

“Police are looking for Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice in connection with a major accident Saturday evening in northeast Dallas, law enforcement officials confirmed to The Dallas Morning News,” the outlet reported. “A vehicle believed to be registered or leased to Rice was involved in a crash on North Central Expressway at about 6:20 p.m., officials told The News.

“The law enforcement officials said that police are looking for Rice, and a police call sheet obtained by The News confirmed that law enforcement officials were searching for him in connection with the accident.”

Rashee Rice possibly involved in major car crash in Dallas

According to Dallas police and as the dashcam footage shows, two drivers in a Corvette and Lamborghini were racing when they lost control of their vehicles. Both caused and were part of a six-car accident. Rice is suspected to be the driver of the Corvette involved in the accident. Both drivers ran from the scene without stopping.

Two drivers involved in the accident were treated at the crash site for minor injuries. Two other people were taken to a hospital and diagnosed with minor injuries.

Rice, 23, was the Chiefs’ second-round selection in last year’s NFL Draft out of SMU. He hauled in 79 receptions for 938 yards and seven touchdowns. Rice was second among rookie receivers in yards, trailing only Puka Nacua of the Los Angeles Rams.

Rice put together a series of impressive outings during the Chiefs’ Super Bowl run. He tallied 26 receptions across four postseason games and amassed 262 yards and a touchdown.

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