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'Bachelor' star Chris Soules' 911 call made public

28 April 2017, 12:53 | Nina Hammond

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"This story is going to spread like wildfire around here and probably all over because of who he is", Mary Jo Brown, Arlington's city clerk, told the Des Moines Register.

According to multiple reports, Soules was driving a 2008 Chevrolet truck that rammed into the victim Kenneth Mosher's John Deere tractor, and the impact led to the vehicle falling into a ditch. "OK, and the guy was thrown into the ditch?" The 911 operator asks if the victim is breathing and Soules replies, "I can't tell". Soules did not sound intoxicated during his 911 call.

"That was my RP", the dispatcher answers. But moments later, Soules asks, "Can I call you back?" and the recording ends.

"It's possible. I don't want to say yes, I don't want to say no", the official explained. "Brown recognized the heightened level of interest because of Soules' celebrity status, but asked that members of the public do not prejudge this case based on media coverage".

"I feel a pulse, yeah, he's got a pulse", Soules stated. That person could face charges, he said. The alcohol found in the truck could also play a major role in the investigation and might be the reason why Soules left before police arrived.

The former "Bachelor" star was arrested Monday night, following a crash that occurred near his home in Buchanan County, Iowa.

A preliminary hearing is set for 1:30 p.m.

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Wolfgram told the Associated Press that investigators were "running into some roadblocks when it comes to getting information" but acknowledged Soules was acting within his constitutional rights.

Court documents allege that Soules was in possession of "alcoholic beverages/containers". He was charged with other alcohol violations and minor crimes during his 20s. "His thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Mosher's family", said his lawyers in a statement provided to the media.

According to Mosher's obituary published Wednesday by the funeral home handling his arrangements, he had a wife, two sons and three grandchildren.

A U.S. Army veteran, Mosher served six years, including a tour in Vietnam.

The accident took place outside the rural town of Aurora, Iowa. Fortunately, he has the support of his family and the Bachelor community when he needs them most.

Authorities say they have yet to identify the driver.

Soules first drew national attention as a participant in "The Bachelorette" in 2014, when he tried to win the affections of star Andi Dorfman but was passed over. However, Bristowe won the position over her fellow fan-favorite contestant.

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