Jerry Jones, the owner of the Dallas Cowboys, was involved in a car crash recently. There have been investigations regarding the situation to find out exactly what happened. Luckily, everyone involved seems to be fine and healthy now, but reports have been released, providing more information.
According to NBCDFW, the car that Jerry Jones hit, “was making an improper turn.” The report goes even further into detail, stating, “the investigator’s narrative included in the Dallas police report says the driver of the gray Hyundai Sonata was making a delivery for Door Dash Wednesday evening. He told investigators that while driving southbound on Harry Hines Boulevard he realized he needed to make a left turn onto Wolf Street.” So, now it makes sense why the Cowboys’ owner was involved in a car accident.
So, the collision wasn’t catastrophic. Nobody was seriously injured and it sounds like it was simply an accident. “The driver slowed down at the intersection, coming almost to a stop, then made an improper turn from the far right lane putting him directly in the path of Jerry Jones’s car,” per NBCDFW. The Cowboys’ owner is doing just fine, as Jerry Jones and the other person involved will continue on.
Now, after dealing with this fiasco, Jones can get back to helping the Cowboys prepare for the 2022 season. Dallas hopes to win the NFC East again, which would be an amazing accomplishment. Look for this team to be in the playoff race late in the upcoming season. It should be a fun year for this franchise.