Raiders player Henry Lagos drove at a speed of 156 miles per hour in Corvette and then killed a 23-year-old in a fatal car accident

2021-11-12 11:28:00 By : Mr. William Lam

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Released on November 3, 2021, 1:00 PM Eastern Time

Henry Ruggs III crashed into a Toyota at a speed of 156 miles per hour, killing the 23-year-old driver.

The 22-year-old former Raiders wide receiver - who was fired by the team after being arrested for drunk driving - appeared bloody and wears a neck brace in his headshot.

This is the first time anyone has seen Lagos's injury after a car accident in Las Vegas on Tuesday morning.

According to reports, the former NFL star drove nearly 160 miles before the accident. Authorities said he hit a Toyota car at a speed of 127 miles per hour. The police also revealed that his blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit.

According to reports, Ruggs refused to cooperate in the on-site sobriety test. He was taken to the hospital due to injuries and was later arrested.

Law enforcement told TMZ that they also found a gun inside Ruggs' frigate. In his cup, you can see a bloody wound on the football player's nose. There also appeared to be bruises under his left eye.

Wearing a navy blue prison uniform, Ruggs' neck was restricted from movement by a foam bracket. He did not look at the camera, but looked out of the camera. The police allegedly described his injuries as "serious" in official documents.

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Ruggs could face more than 20 years of imprisonment due to a car accident at around 3:40 am on Tuesday morning. According to reports, he turned to the right lane of a three-lane highway and hit the rear of a Toyota.

Allegedly, the 23-year-old female driver of Toyota was trapped in the seat, which prevented her from escaping when the car caught fire. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Ruggs was charged with two felony counts-serious bodily injury caused by drunk driving and death or serious bodily injury caused by reckless driving. If convicted, drunk driving can be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison. Charges of reckless driving may be sentenced to an additional sentence of 1 to 6 years.

After the tragedy, the NFL issued a statement saying: “Our hearts are with the families and friends of the victims of this terrible tragedy. We will continue to collect facts and monitor the matter according to our policies, but at this time our thoughts are with Those affected by this devastating event are together."

A few hours later, they released Ruggs from the raiders.

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