Ndamukong Suh Car Accident

December 4, 2011 by staff 

Ndamukong Suh Car Accident, As if things weren’t going bad enough for suspended Detroit Lion defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, now he’s crashed his car — and it wasn’t even a model from his sponsor, Chrysler.

Suh, suspended on Thanksgiving for stomping a Green Bay Packer, was involved in a single-car accident early Saturday in his native Portland, Ore., the Detroit Free Press reports. Instead of a Chrysler, Suh was driving a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS in the city’s nightclub district. The accident happened around 1:15 a.m., police said. Simpson said Suh had two passengers with him who were not identified and neither was injured.

“He wasn’t drunk and wasn’t driving crazy or anything. He wasn’t a jerk,” Sgt. Peter Simpson of the Portland Police is quoted by the Free Press as saying. “I think he stomped on the gas when he was going around a taxi and lost the back end, spun around and hit a tree and a light pole and a (drinking) fountain. No injuries to anybody and he didn’t hit any other cars.”

Suh is riding out a two-game suspension for stomping Packer lineman Evan Dietrich-Smith after a play, an incident that proved embarassing for Chrysler, which was featuring Suh in a TV spot for its Chrysler 300 sedan. Suh previously was the star of another TV spot for Chrysler, a heartwarmer in which he is seen driving to a Detroit home.

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