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There's new fallout for LA Dodgers first baseman James Loney.
We -- now hearing what TMZ just got its hands on a 911 call placed last month.
Moments after Loney crashed his monster -- and -- bunch of other cars according to the caller.
This dodger tried to get out of dodge after the smash -- -- and brown has that story.
Well that's right John it happened a month ago but the TMZ has obtained the 911 call placed moments after the baseball star crashed into several other cars.
James Loney first baseman for the LA Dodgers was driving his mother -- in Sherman Oaks on November 14 it was shortly after 6 PM during Monday evening rush.
A California Highway Patrol says -- -- swiped three cars on the one O one freeway.
He then allegedly came to a stop in the fast lane -- the drivers of the cars he hit.
Approached him and they say he appeared to be passed out.
Shot the fifty diluted he had pure merit pay big speech -- -- different traffic collisions.
Let's sound like -- one -- Carson objects.
Possibly could happen today.
-- trapped you know want that's parties who look like he's probably the what was causing -- supposedly -- passed out behind the way also I don't know look at.
It sounds more like -- alcohol issue.
But that apparently he came.
He woke up and then try to flee the scene in crashed into another vehicle on the right -- now.
And am in his -- seven -- -- are they celebrate your argument that car.
Well as you heard in the call there are all Loney a weekend allegedly saw the crowds surrounding him and tried to -- but he ended up crashing again.
He was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence he refused a breathalyzer in fact according to -- he actually bit off the mouthpiece.
And speeded up the cops police did get a blood sample to test for drugs and alcohol.
Those test results not officially available in -- -- reports that the drug test came back negative.
The city attorney's office is contemplating criminal charges but the Dodgers general manager Ned Collette he says.
The Dodgers are looking into the matter but he does not expected to affect -- status on the team on another professional athletes another great role model.
If that's six equity.
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