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Boxer Errol Spence live streams reaction after crashing his car

Boxer Errol Spence live streams reaction after crashing his car

Spence captured the aftermath on social media

Boxer Errol Spence Jr filmed his reaction after being involved in a horrific car crash on Saturday night.

The 32-year-old unified welterweight star took to Instagram live to share that he hurt his leg in the head-on crash, with just under 4,000 people tuning in.

He started live streaming the aftermath soon after emerging from the wreckage.

“He ran the light! F*** my whole s*** up,” he said during the stream. “Always happen to me.”

The father-of-three added: “Thank God I didn’t have my kids on board. S*** I’m not worried about no car. Mother f***er hit me. F***ked up my leg up. It’s crazy.”

Errol Spence Jr appeared to be mostly unharmed in the crash.
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The severity of Spence’s leg injury is currently unknown.

A male voice can be heard off-camera who tells Spence that the driver of the other car was a 14-year-old child who stole his parent’s car and he doesn’t hold a licence.

Spence, in disbelief, said: "That's crazy. Kid that hit me is 14-years-old.

"He was going fast as s**t, but my car bulletproof."

The crash is thought to have taken place in Dallas, Texas, however when contacted by LADbible, Dallas police responded to say that ‘Dallas Police did not work any accident yesterday involving the below person’.

The 32-year-old filmed the damage to his car.

Police have therefore been unable to verify claims that the other driver involved in the crash was a 14-year-old.

This isn't the first time Spence has been involved in a road accident. In October 2019 he was rushed to hospital in a serious condition after his Ferrari flipped in a shocking high-speed crash.

He was ejected from the vehicle during the collision. The accident took place at around 3:00am near the Interstate 30 in Dallas and the vehicle carrying Spence was the only car involved in the incident.

Dallas Police said in a statement at the time: "At 2:53am,Ferrari a Ferrari traveling at a high rate of speed northbound in the 500 S. Riverfront Blvd.

The unified welterweight star filmed the aftermath of the crash.

"The Ferrari veered left over the center median onto the southbound lanes and flipped multiple times ejecting the driver who was not wearing a seatbelt."

He was hospitalised for six days and suffered post-traumatic stress, but despite the severity of the crash he managed to avoid breaking any of his bones.

He was charged with driving while intoxicated and sentenced to three days in jail however he was given credit for three days already served.

In a statement released upon his sentencing, Spence warned: “Don’t drink and drive. Not one drink. It’s not worth it.”

Featured Image Credit: Sipa US / Alamy / Instagram

Topics: US News, Crime