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Diddy Car Crash

Frantic 911 Calls

'There's a Bad Accident'

11/17/2012 4:00 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Scores of bystanders frantically dialed 911 moments after Diddy's SUV slammed into another car last month -- claiming there had been a terrible accident and people were injured -- and TMZ has obtained audio of the frightened phone calls.

As we previously reported, Diddy was riding shotgun when his black SUV t-boned another car in front of the Beverly Hills hotel. The cars were damaged pretty badly, and Diddy claims he sustained multiple injuries to his neck and ribs.

He was so shaken up by the accident he had to lie down on the grass afterward. 

According to the 911 calls, the people involved in the crash sustained injuries -- but as we reported ... no one was taken to a hospital.

Diddy was spotted out later that week, back on his feet.


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Diddy always in something

707 days ago


Anything for publicity ! It's a LONG fall from that High Horse!

707 days ago


All that mOney ...Go get that mOuth fixed teeth liked. Mr. Ed Lol

707 days ago


Better luck next time, car accident.

707 days ago

_][ Character_Assassin ][_    

Wrote a song about it. Like to hear it? Hear it goes...

707 days ago


Not a bad enough accident if he's still alive

707 days ago


he was probably driving and switched out

707 days ago

Miller Cerasuolo    

If this accident had occurred in Virginia it is likely that at least one of the drivers would be charged with reckless driving. It is very common in Virginia for the driver deemed to be the cause of an accident which results in property damage or injuries to be charged with reckless driving. Reckless driving is a class one misdemeanor which carries a maximum punishment of one year in jail and a $2,500 fine. In addition to any criminal charges, there is also the possibility of a civil suit. There was no indication in this article as to what the cause of the accident was; however, Diddy could potentially sue the driver of the other vehicle under a negligence theory and try to recover for the injuries he sustained as well as the damage to his vehicle.

703 days ago

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