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Racers in crash suspected to involve Rashee Rice spotted fleeing scene

Photos from the car crash suspected to involve Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice show the occupants of the two vehicles that caused the crash fleeing the frightening scene.

The photos, obtained by TMZ Sports, show a group of men who emerged from a racing Lamborghini and Corvette before the crash, speeding away along the North Central Expressway Saturday evening in Dallas, as first responders were tending to victims whose cars were damaged, witnesses told the website.

Although it is unclear whether Rice, 23, is among the group of men in the photos, the Dallas Morning News reported that police suspect Rice of being the driver of the Corvette; police are looking for Rice.

Dashcam video released by WFAA shows an accident involving Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice in Dallas. WFAA/Bill Nabors
Dashcam video released by WFAA shows an accident involving Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice in Dallas. Three men are seen walking away from the scene. WFAA/Bill Nabors
Dashcam video released by WFAA shows an accident involving Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice in Dallas. WFAA/Bill Nabors

Two people were hospitalized with minor injuries and two others with minor injuries were treated at the scene, according to the Morning News.

WFAA obtained shocking dashcam footage of the crash that shows the Lamborghini and Corvette speeding dangerously in the left lane before losing control and colliding with other cars.

Three men were captured getting out of the Corvette and walking toward the side of the highway.

Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice P.A.

Police told the Dallas Morning News that a car “believed to be registered or rented to Rice” was involved in the crash, although it was unclear which one.

As of Sunday, it was unclear whether Rice was suspected of any charges and the Super Bowl champion did not appear in county jail records, according to the Morning News.

Rice grew up in North Richland Hills, outside Fort Worth, and played college ball at SMU before the Chiefs took him in the second round of last year’s draft.

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