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On Saturday, a six-vehicle car crash occurred in Dallas that resulted in minor injuries for several drivers. The incident took place at 6:20 p.m. local time and involved a vehicle believed to be registered or leased to Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice, according to the Dallas Morning News. While Rice has been named as the suspected driver of one of the vehicles involved, it is unclear if he was present at the scene or if he will face charges related to the crash.

Dallas police have revealed that the crash was caused by speeding drivers in a Chevrolet Corvette and a Lamborghini in the far left lane. The Lamborghini hit the center median wall, triggering a chain reaction collision with four other vehicles. The police report lists Rice as one of the drivers involved in the crash, but it is not clear if he played any role in causing it or if he was injured in the accident.

Rice, who is from Texas and played college football at SMU before being drafted by the Chiefs in 2023, had an impressive performance last season despite missing several games due to injury. According to CBS Sports HQ senior NFL insider Josina Anderson, Rice has hired a lawyer whose statement expresses his cooperation with local authorities and commitment to handling the situation responsibly. The NFL has confirmed that they are closely monitoring this situation and will provide further updates as more information becomes available.

Two drivers at the crash site received medical attention for minor injuries while two others were taken to hospitals for further treatment. The drivers of both vehicles reportedly fled the scene without stopping to provide assistance or information about others involved in

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