Vikings’ Kyrie Jackson’s car is completely wrecked

Vikings rookie cornerback Kyrie Jackson and two of his high school teammates died in a Maryland car crash Saturday morning that left the vehicle they were in totaled, new photos show.

A Dodge Charger was completely flat on the back of a tow truck, with the back of the car completely disconnected from the rest of the vehicle. According to pictures obtained by TMZ.

Another angle showed the interior of the car entering the body of the vehicle after the crash in Upper Marlboro.

Kyrie Jackson was riding in a Dodge Charger with two of his high school friends before all three were killed in a car crash.
The Dodge Charger that Kyrie Jackson was driving with two of his high school friends before the car crash killed all three.

The accident involved Jackson, Anthony Litton, Jr. and Isaiah Hazel – Dr. Henry A. Former Wise Junior High School football players – dead.

Oregon’s Kyrie Jackson celebrates after a wide jump during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 1, 2024 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Good pictures
Oregon defensive back Kyrie Jackson poses for a portrait at the NFL Football Combine, Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024, in Indianapolis. AP

“All three victims were in the maroon Dodge Charger that was involved in the accident.” Maryland State Police said in a statement. “Hazel was the driver. Jackson was the front seat passenger and Litton was sitting in the back of the vehicle.

Jackson, 24, and Hazel, 23, were both pronounced dead at the scene, and Lytton, 24, was taken to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

According to Maryland State Police, three vehicles were involved in the crash, including a silver Infinity Q50 and a silver Chevrolet Impala.

The driver of the Infinity Q50 reportedly tried to change lanes at high speed and hit the Charger before hitting the Impala.

Oregon cornerback Kyrie Jackson takes part in a position drill during the school’s NFL Pro Day, Tuesday, March 12, 2024. AP

Jackson was a star at Oregon before being drafted by Minnesota in the fourth round (108th overall) of the 2024 NFL Draft.

“I am absolutely devastated by this news. Kyrie brought an infectious energy to our facility and our team. “His confidence and engaging personality immediately drew his teammates to him,” Vikings head coach Kevin O’Connell said in a statement Saturday. “In our short time together, it was clear that Kyrie was going to develop into a great professional footballer, but his desire to become a better person for his family and those around him was even more impressive.

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“I am at a loss for words. My heart goes out to Kyrie’s family, friends, teammates and coaches.

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