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JJ DaBoss, Tricia Day crash into one another in 2022 America’s List filming in Texas

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

While filming of Street Outlaws America’s List in La Villa, Texas, Memphis Street Outlaws stars Tricia Day and Jonathan “JJ DaBoss” Day were in a race with one another when an accident happened. There are very few details at this time.

However, we know that the two drivers were racing one another in the show’s early stages. Discovery Channel will air the crash at a later date.

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If they keep up the trend of the past, it could be several months to a year before the accident airs.

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We know that the filming of America’s List is featuring 25 of the top drivers in the country. Pilgrim Studios — which films the show for the Discovery Channel — is filming in Texas for a month.

We can confirm that there was a backfire in JJ DaBoss’s car that led him to lose control of his car. Then, he veered into the tail-end of his wife’s car causing her to take the brunt of the impact.

Following the initial impact, Tricia Day’s car then hit a stockpile of cars that appeared to be rentals that were blocking a concrete guardrail.

Both drivers have gone to nearby hospitals. Tricia Day was in worse shape due to the type of impact she had.

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The two cars involved in the accident were Hummingbird and ZipTie. If JJ DaBoss continues on the show, Hummingbird may be repaired within the show’s time frame. But will they have enough time to fix it to remain on the show?

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ZipTie is heavily damaged that it’ll take some time to repair it.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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