Boxer Errol Spence charged with DWI in Dallas Ferrari crash, police say

Errol Spence Jr Instagram after being released from the hospital

Errol Spence Jr Instagram after being released from the hospital

Errol Spence Jr. took to social media today for the first time since surviving a scary auto crash and serious injuries on October 10 in Dallas in which his convertible Ferrari flipped over several times and ejected him from the vehicle.

He has been charged with a class B misdemeanour, punishable by a fine of up to $2,000 (£1,500) and up to 180 days in jail, Dallas police said.

Fox 4 News reported Spence won't face any other charges because it was a single-car accident, and no one else was hurt.

It was great to see Spence doing well following the crash as many people in the same situation have tragically passed away.

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Spence was hospitalized and listed in critical condition after flipping his Ferrari while traveling "at a high rate of speed" northbound on Riverfront Boulevard near Interstate 80 just before 3am, but managed to escape the accident with no broken bones despite not wearing a seatbeat and getting thrown from the vehicle. No other vehicles were involved.

Hours after the incident, PBC said Spence's injuries weren't life-threatening.

Spence was rushed to a nearby Dallas hospital but fortunately didn't suffer any broken bones and only some facial lacerations. "He is expected to make a full recovery and is resting with his family by his side".

Last month, the 2012 U.S. Olympian added the WBC welterweight title to his IBF strap with a split-decision victory over Shawn Porter in Los Angeles.

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