Ex-Raiders WR Henry Ruggs III was driving 156 mph before fatal car crash l ABC7

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Former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III was driving at more than 150 mph with a blood-alcohol content twice Nevada’s legal limit before his sports car slammed into the rear of a vehicle that burned, killing a 23-year-old woman, a prosecutor said Wednesday. MORE: https://abc7.com/henry-ruggs-iii-las-vegas-raiders-dui-crash-car-on-fire/11194449/

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18 thoughts on “Ex-Raiders WR Henry Ruggs III was driving 156 mph before fatal car crash l ABC7”

  1. Athletes getting away with slaps don't cut it. He better do serious time ,ESPECIALLY when he had every means imaginable, to prevent this. Inevitable that eventually, his behavior would lead him down this road.

  2. That’s sad why would they show the video of the lady who passed car on fire Wouldn’t her and her dog still be inside?

  3. What I don't understand is why he wasn't using that NFL physical strength to rip the door off of that car to get her out. With the other men who arrived, working together, they would've gotten it off. I saw the structure of the car after the fact and it was not misshapen to the point where he couldn't get it off. They had about twenty minutes before the flames took over. Instead he thought only of himself and called his lawyer. If he saved her life, then he would deserve a slap on the wrist, but now it's going to be 40 years in jail.

  4. Life can change in a blink of an eye. my condolences to the individual that lost their life, and the Ruggs family.

  5. las vegas is surrounded by desert region. There are miles and miles upon thousand of miles of highway you could drive your car to speeds of over 100+ and nobody would care…..
    Typical, young male, given millions , cannot function…all you have to do is go to practice, play on sunday, spend your milllions….easy life sign me up….

  6. I always found it odd his hobbies were sports cars and driving fast when he lost his friend in a car crash

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