Junior quarterback Sema’J Davis suffered ‘serious injuries’ Thursday night after a blue Dodge Charger ran a red light at over 100 mph striking Davis’ and a separate vehicle.
Davis was the sole occupant of his white Cadillac and was airlifted to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. The accident occurred just after 11 p.m. Thursday night eastbound on Ambler Ave.
After the Charger disobeyed the red light, it struck a PT Cruiser and the Cadillac. The driver was ejected from the charger after the vehicle flipped upside-down. It is believed that there might have been three passengers in the Charger, one fleeing the scene. The driver was not wearing a seatbelt.
All four involved at the scene were transported to the hospital with serious injuries. Davis and Simon Secundino, the driver of the Charger, were both care-flighted.
No other ACU students were involved in the crash, and no citations or arrests have been issued.
Davis started in one game in 2019. In total. he carried the ball 102 times for 621 yards and four rushing touchdowns. He also threw for three scores.
A gofundme has raised over $30,000 to pay for Davis’ medical expenses. You can donate by clicking the link here.