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Terrell Owens Involved in Three-Vehicle Crash, Walks Away Unhurt

Giving thanks shouldn’t be limited to just one day of the year. Every once in a while, life throws a curveball meant to remind us of that.
Terrell Owens was involved in three-car accident but wasn't injured 1 photo
Former American football wide receiver Terrell Owens knows that only too well after last weekend. On Sunday, he was involved in what looks like a serious three-vehicle accident on the freeway, but the good news is that he escaped unharmed. No details about the other people in the other two cars.

“I was on my way home but this is.. HOW MY DAY ENDED YESTERDAY and.. HOW MY DAY STARTED TODAY,”
Owens posted to his Instagram, with a photo collage of the three wrecked cars and one pic of himself praying. “Thankful for no injuries, health and able to see another day. God is Good.”

Details on the accident are scarce as of the time of press, and Owens did not say which of the three cars he was in at the time. Based on the photos alone (which is not much, considering they’re small-size), it looks like one of the vehicles rear-ended another, and both took considerable damage. It’s uncertain how the third was involved.

The previous day, Owens went out test-driving a new Audi Q8, and he documented part of the journey on his Stories. The TMZ video at the bottom of the page includes snippets of what he posted online. The day before that, he stopped by the Canoo HQ and checked out the “loft on wheels” subscription-based vehicle, declaring himself thrilled with a vehicle that offered so much interior space in such a small footprint.

Owens played in the National Football League (NFL) for 16 seasons and holds several NFL records, including six-time Pro Bowl selection and first-time first-team All-Pro. He ranks among the top 10 NFL career stat categories and is a Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee as of 2018.







 
 
 
 
 

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