My first question would be, why is Jerry Jones driving himself out in downtown Dallas in the middle of the day?
Jerry Jones is 79 years old and a billionaire. It might be time to hand over those keys. He is fortunate he didn’t injure himself or kill the person he hit because he was going at a good rate of speed when he t-boned the other car.
He hit the car dead on the driver’s side. This could have been a lot worse.
TMZ has the details on what happened before, during, and after the accident.
Jerry Jones is fortunate to have avoided serious injuries in his car crash on Wednesday … because TMZ Sports has obtained video of the accident, and it shows the Dallas Cowboys owner T-boned a car while traveling at a relatively high rate of speed.
The crash, according to the video’s time stamp, happened at around 6:10 p.m. It went down on the intersection of Wolf St. and Harry Hines Blvd. in Dallas — roughly 20 miles away from the Cowboys’ team facility.
The video appears to show that as a silver car was attempting to make a left turn from a right lane on a one-way road, Jones — driving a dark-colored sedan — slammed into the side of it.
Somehow, Jones was able to get out of his car and walk toward the other vehicle and its passengers.
Jones seemed to have a slight limp — and at one point, he rolled up his pant leg to check out his knee area.
Medical personnel arrived on the scene and transported Jones to a local hospital with what’s been described as minor injuries. Jones’ son, Stephen Jones, told multiple media outlets late Wednesday night that Jerry had already returned home a short time after being checked out at the medical facility and is doing fine.
Usually, this would be something that insurance companies would handle, but don’t be surprised if the passengers have some back injuries that Jerry will have to come out of pocket to fix, if you understand what I am saying.
Flip the page for the video of the scary crash.