News: Diddy Near-Fatal Car Crash 911 Calls Leak [Audio]
Saturday, Nov 17, 2012 10:08AM
Weeks after Bad Boy Records' Diddy made headlines for getting involved in a near-fatal Hollywood car wreck, 911 phone calls by pedestrians at the accident have surfaced.
The frantic phone calls started circulating online early Saturday (November 17).
Scores of bystanders frantically dialed 911 moments after Diddy's SUV slammed into another car last month -- claiming there had been a terrible accident and people were injured -- and TMZ has obtained audio of the frightened phone calls. As we previously reported, Diddy was riding shotgun when his black SUV t-boned another car in front of the Beverly Hills hotel. The cars were damaged pretty badly, and Diddy claims he sustained multiple injuries to his neck and ribs. He was so shaken up by the accident he had to lie down on the grass afterward. According to the 911 calls, the people involved in the crash sustained injuries -- but as we reported ... no one was taken to a hospital. (TMZ)
In late October, Puff Daddy thanked fans and a higher power for keeping him in their thoughts following the accident.
"The only reason I'm still here is through Gods Grace!!! Not trying to be dramatic just being Real! God Bless All! Let's go!," he tweeted October 26th.
"Thank you for all you prayers support and calls! Thank you for caring about a brother :). I means a lot. Love yall!!! Let's Go!!!"
"Blessed! http://instagr.am/p/RQLsvoJl7K/" (Diddy's Twitter)
A day prior, Diddy's camp issued a statement and delved into what injuries he sustained.
"Sean Combs sustained multiple injuries in yesterday's car accident including to his neck, ribs and collarbone. He is currently receiving treatment for these injuries from his physicians and would like to thank all of his fans for the outpouring of support that he has received since the accident." (Statement)
The rap mogul sent scares across the Internet after the unexpected October wreck.
Entertainment impresario Sean "Diddy" Combs was injured in a two-car traffic accident in front of the Beverly Hills Hotel, police said Wednesday. Combs, who complained of unspecified pain, told authorities he would "seek his own medical attention," police said. (Los Angeles Times)
Check out the 911 calls: