Rashee Rice Takes Full Responsibility for Dallas Crash Involving Six Vehicles

NFL player Rashee Rice has issued a public apology and taken full responsibility for his part in a hit-and-run crash involving six vehicles in Dallas that injured four people.

In a recent turn of events, NFL player Rashee Rice has taken full responsibility for his part in a hit-and-run crash that took place in Dallas on Saturday evening. The incident involved six vehicles and resulted in injuries to four people.

Witness dashcam footage shows two high-end sports cars, a rented Lamborghini SUV, and a Corvette speeding past another vehicle before the SUV collided with a median wall. This collision set off a chain reaction involving four other vehicles. Dashcam video recorded three individuals leaving the scene, while pictures obtained by TMZ Sports depicted a total of five people abandoning the site.

Dallas Police reported that the occupants of the Lamborghini and the Corvette fled the scene without checking on the injured or providing their information. At the scene, emergency responders treated two drivers, while they transported two occupants from another vehicle to a local hospital for minor injuries.

Rice, who is linked to both sports cars, released a statement on Wednesday, saying, “I take full responsibility for my part in this matter and will continue to cooperate with the necessary authorities. I sincerely apologize to everyone impacted in Saturday’s accident.”

The black SUV belongs to a local Dallas-based luxury car rental company, and Rice had a lease with the company where he was the only driver of that vehicle. The Dallas Morning News obtained a police call sheet listing Rice as the suspected driver of the Corvette.

Dallas Police have spoken with Rice and his lawyer, and the investigation into the crash is ongoing. The league is also monitoring the situation, and it’s standard procedure for them to connect with the team when there is an incident involving a player or club or league personnel.

Rice, who is 23 and grew up in North Richland Hills before playing college football at SMU, was a second-round pick by the Chiefs last year and had a notable rookie season during their Super Bowl run.

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