Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott escaped injury after he was involved in a car accident Wednesday morning, USA TODAY Sports confirmed.
The two-car accident occurred at 7:05 a.m. at an intersection located about a half-mile from the Cowboys’ training facility in Frisco, Tex., according to Frisco police spokesperson Benny Valdez. Nobody was injured in the collision.
Valdez said he did not have any other information on the accident, including who was at fault.
I’m good. I’ve been in bigger collisions. Lol
— Ezekiel Elliott (@EzekielElliott) January 11, 2017
WFAA-TV reported the collision was a “.”
Elliott was involved in a minor car accident in December 2015 and was cited for three violations after he lost control vehicle in Columbus, Ohio. While Elliott was not hurt, a passenger in his vehicle suffered minor injuries.
The three charges, including driving with a suspended license, were dismissed in October after Elliott agreed to pay a fine and court costs.
Elliott was issued citations at least five other times for moving violations since 2014, according to records obtained by USA TODAY Sports.
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SOURCE: USA Today, by A.J. Perez