Dallas Crash Victims Sue Rashee Rice and Teddy Knox for $10 Million

Two victims of a Dallas chain-reaction crash are suing Kansas City Chiefs’ Rashee Rice and SMU’s Teddy Knox for $10 million in damages.

Two victims of a chain-reaction crash in Dallas have filed a lawsuit seeking $10 million in damages against Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice and SMU cornerback Teddy Knox.

The lawsuit, filed in Dallas County court by attorneys representing Edvard Petrovskiy and Irina Gromova, alleges that Rice and Knox were responsible for the crash that occurred on March 30. The plaintiffs were driving their 2022 Lexus 350 SUV on North Central Expressway in Dallas when they were struck by Rice and Knox.

According to the lawsuit, video footage of the crash shows Rice driving a Lamborghini SUV and Knox driving a Corvette, both allegedly traveling at high speeds before colliding with several vehicles.

The plaintiffs’ attorney, Sanjay Mathur, emphasized the severity of the impact, stating that Petrovskiy and Gromova suffered severe injuries, including brain trauma, facial lacerations, bruises, and internal bleeding.

The lawsuit seeks $1 million for medical expenses, pain and suffering, mental anguish, and property damage, with an additional $10 million in punitive damages.

Following the crash, Rice, Knox, and their passengers reportedly left the scene. Mathur questioned their actions, suggesting that leaving the scene indicated an attempt to evade accountability.

Rice and Knox turned themselves in to Glenn Heights police and are facing charges including aggravated assault and collision involving serious bodily injury.

While Rice is set to participate in the Kansas City Chiefs’ offseason program, Knox has been suspended by SMU.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the victims seek justice and accountability for the injuries and damages incurred as a result of the crash. Stay tuned for further updates on this developing story.

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