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Police in Oregon said Tuesday they had no plans to reopen an investigation into the traffic accident involving Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh despite claims from two of his passengers that he lied to police, the Detroit Free Press reported. Suh, 24, told police in Portland he crashed his 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS early Saturday morning after losing control of the car as he attempted to pass a taxicab. On Monday, two female passengers in Suh's car informed KGW-TV the Lions defensive tackle was driving recklessly just before he struck a tree, a light pole and drinking fountain. The pair also claimed Suh did not heed their requests for medical attention, telling police no one was hurt. But Portland Police Sgt. Peter Simpson told the Free Press on Tuesday one of the passengers contacted Suh the day after the accident to request that he change his statement in the initial report to show she was injured. Simpson said when Suh declined to alter his statement the woman opt...
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