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Dallas Cowboys Tragedy

Horrific Crash Scene Photo

12/13/2012 1:20 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF
EXCLUSIVE

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TMZ has obtained an image of the crash scene following the highway disaster that killed Dallas Cowboys star Jerry Brown last weekend -- and the Mercedes he was riding in had flipped upside-down.

As we previously reported, Brown's teammate Josh Brent was driving at the time of the accident in Texas Saturday morning. Brent was subsequently arrested on the scene for intoxication manslaughter.

TMZ has also obtained the 911 calls placed by a passing motorist just moments after the accident -- and according to one of the callers, "There was smoke everywhere."

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31.

Deelight    

Ya know.... I LOVE LOVE LOVE football... why are these players such dumb asses that they can't call a cab?.... They make good money but put the risk of themselves and others in harms way?? And the NFL has all these new rules like no helmet to helmet contact. I am pro making sure the players are safe, but what about these players who think they are above it all and put someone else in danger.. R.I.P Jerry...prayers to the family!!

646 days ago
32.

Nancy    

There is no excuse for anyone who wants to drink to then drive. All they had to do was bring along a driver who doesn't drink or call a cab. Driving this way and then speeding only adds to the recipe for disaster. Getting into a car under these cir***stances is also rolling the dice. An avoidable tragedy. He was not a STAR for the Cowboys so that is wrong, but he was a human being that should not be dead. I also don't understand why people just dirve by an accident like this and use their cell phones to report it. Whatever happened to the law that says you must stop and render aid? It may have made no difference in this case, but this is still unacceptable.

646 days ago
33.

YouMakeMeFeelGood    

All that money football players make and they were out blowin money on bottles and probably down at DGs makin it rain yet they were too cheap and stupid to pay $40 for a cab ride home???!!!! Pfffft

646 days ago
34.

Chuckie    

I feel very sorry for Josh and cannot imagine the amount of guilt he is feeling right now. I really wish the public would stop making him seem like a monster. Yes he made a bad choice but he did not intend to get into an accident that would kill a very good friend of his. Accidents happen. It's not like he set out to kill his friend...and I would NEVER want to put any blame on Jerry, as he has lost his life, but the fact is he did get into a vehicle with a drunk driver.

646 days ago
35.

NickieCharle05    

If you think Joan`s story is flabbergasting..., last pay-check my sisters mother in-law earnt $8994 working 20 hour's a week from home and they're best friend's aunt`s neighbour has done this for 4 months and brought in over $8994 in there spare time from there computer. applie the advice at this site.. http://www.Fox79.com

646 days ago
36.

virgosiempre    

Incredulous.....two calls and neither stopped to help. Change that to DISGUSTING. One caller more concerned on how to get home instead of trying to possibly save a life......

646 days ago
37.

Dee    

After seeing the article about Browns mother having Brent ride with her during the funeral procession.....I believe anything else anyone has to say about THIS tragic incident should be considered moot.

645 days ago
38.

CriticXtreme    

He's a real retard.

645 days ago
39.

Betty Boop    

He deserves all the bad mouthing and all those taken up for him would not feel the same way had that been your family member or friend. Sure only god can judge but when you drink and drive knowing you can kill someone then you are a "murderer".

644 days ago
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Miller Cerasuolo    

The requirements for obtaining a restricted license after a DUI conviction have changed as of July, 2012. Prior to July, an ignition interlock system was only required for repeat DUI convictions or those involving a blood alcohol content of .15 or higher. The new law requires that an ignition interlock system be installed for a period of six months after a conviction of any DUI. DUI convictions can be a very expensive experience, and this new law can significantly add to that expense. The added expenses include an installation fee, a monthly fee, as well as taxes and other miscellaneous fees.

639 days ago
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