'Bachelor' star Chris Soules' 911 call made public

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28 April, 2017

In the call, the former reality star sounds frantic and eager to get the victim of the crash help. He was later arrested at his home, which was six miles away from the scene of the accident. He is accused of not immediately stopping his vehicle at the scene and failing to return and remain at the scene of the crash, according to a police report.

Chris was arrested for fleeing the scene of an accident, and his preliminary hearing, to determine whether or not the case will go to trial, is scheduled for May 2. He tells her the tractor is not atop the man, and when she asks if Soules knows how to perform CPR, he responds he does not.

Soules makes initial call to 911. "He doesn't appear to be [breathing]".

Soules left the crash site after emergency responders arrived, but before deputies with the Buchanan County Sheriff's Office were on the scene, according to authorities. But moments later, Soules asks, "Can I call you back?" and the recording ends.

Our sources say the fact Soules is famous works against him, because prosecutors don't want to appear soft on celebrities.

In northeast Iowa, where Mosher and Soules both farmed, community members told local media they were heartbroken for the family's of both men. He returned to his nearby hometown of Arlington, where he was arrested at 1:16 a.m. for allegedly leaving the scene of a fatal accident. Soules could face up to five years in prison if convicted of the felony charge. He was taken to Mercy Hospital in Oelwein where doctors were unable to save his life. "I believe that Chris is an upstanding and honorable man, as is now fully coming to light with the discovery of his 911 call", Nilsson, 30, told TooFab on Wednesday.

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The judge gave Soules a $10,000 bail, which was posted by his mother, Linda.

Investigators had to talk with witnesses to verify Soules' involvement in the collision and then and apply for the search warrant, Wolfgram said.

Police have not revealed the official charges pending against Soules, but his history of fleeing the scene will not work in his favor.

After the accident, Soules' team issued a statement saying that he was "devastated to learn" that the victim had died. He must wear an ankle-bracelet monitor and has turned in his passport.

Soules is known for being a amiable guy but latest reports proved him to be under the influence of alcoholic beverages since some of its containers were found at the scene. "His thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Mosher's family", said his lawyers in a statement provided to the media.


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