911 Call Released From Suh Weekend Crash
DETROIT (WWJ) - Suspended Detroit Lion Ndamukong Suh crashed his car into a tree in his hometown of Portland, Oregon over the weekend.
The 911 call from Detroit Lion Ndamukong Suh has been released by Portland Police.
In the call to emergency 911 you can hear the operator ask Suh if he needs medical help and Suh says everyone in the car is alright – and that he is the driver.
Suh: “Yes, I just got into an accident off of Ankeny and 4th.
“Operator: “Do you need an ambulance?”
Suh: “No, I don’t think so. I think everybody’s fine.”
Operator: “We have other calls about this. Hold on a second here.”
Suh: “OK.” Operator: “We have reports it’s a car into a tree. Is that you?”
Operator: “OK, are you sure you don’t need an ambulance?”
Suh: “Yes, everybody’s fine.”
Operator: “OK, and were you in the car that hit the tree?”
Suh: “I’m the driver, I’m the driver, I’m the driver.”
Operator: “I’ll let them know you’re refusing emergency — excuse me, medics. Hold on just a second.”
Suh: “Officer! Officer! Officer!”
Operator: “He’s looking for you. I’ll let him know you’re at 4th and Ankeny. What’s your name?”
Suh: “Suh is the last name: S-U-H. (To officer) How you doing? I slipped off the (indiscernible) when I was coming out. (To operator) Say that again.”
Operator: “Just your first name and your phone number, sir.”
Operator: “Thank you. What’s the phone number for you, please?”
Suh: (Withheld). Operator: “Thank you very much, sir.”
Suh: “Thank you.”
Suh lost control of the 1970 Chevrolet Coupe he was driving, which then hit a curb, light pole, drinking fountain and tree.
Police say Suh was cooperative and not impaired.
Suh and his two passengers did not sustain any injuries.