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Miami Dolphins Player Kendrick Norton Loses Arm in Horrific Crash


Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Kendrick Norton was in a h*orrific a*ccident Thursday morning, and l*ost an arm in the c*rash.

The c*rash occurred just after 1 AM on State Road 836 in Miami.


Kendrick was driving his Ford F-250 when it struck a concrete barrier wall and flipped over, coming to rest on its roof.

According to p*olice dispatch audio, EMT personnel requested a Heavy 1 -- a tow truck that can lift a large vehicle. It appears his a*rm was pinned underneath the truck. Part of the p*olice dispatch audio suggests the arm may have been severed at the scene ... you hear the operator say, "Cannot reach the a*mputator [or a*mputated] arm."

They canceled the Heavy 1 because f*ire and rescue personnel were able free the arm.

Kendrick and a female companion were rushed to a nearby h*ospital. We do not know the status of their condition, but we're told it's "non life-th*reatening."

Norton had a stellar run when he was at the University of Miami, and he was selected in the 7th round of the 2018 NFL draft by the Carolina Panthers. He spent most of the season on the practice squad and later in the season signed with the Miami Dolphins.

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