Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones involved in car accident
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been involved in a car accident in Dallas and was brought to the hospital. He is reportedly not seriously injured.
Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones has figured in a car accident in Dallas, and was brought to the Parkland Hospital. He was not believed to be seriously injured, and was checked into the medical facility as a precautionary measure.
Jones in two-vehicle crash
Emergency personnel went to the crash site at Wolf Street and Harry Hines Boulevard at 8:10 p.m. It is still undetermined if the billionaire was driving the car or was merely a passenger.
Police have confirmed that the accident involved two vehicles, but released no further information.
Jones’ son and Cowboys chief operating officer and executive vice president Stephen Jones has confirmed that his father was fine and that he was safely and comfortably back home. “He is all good,” according to the younger Jones.
Jones’ other mode of transport
The 79-year-old businessman often flies in his helicopter to travel from his home to the Cowboys’ training facility in Frisco or AT&T Stadium in Arlington.
Jones has been the Cowboys’ president and general manager for over thirty years. He was at the organization’s complex over the weekend for the NFL draft, where he primarily made the decisions. The franchise chose nine prospective Cowboys from the pool of players.