Chris Soules called 911 and checked victim's pulse after deadly accident

Chris Soules called 911 and checked victim's pulse after deadly accident

Chris Soules called 911 and checked victim's pulse after deadly accident

In the call, the former reality star sounds frantic and eager to get the victim of the crash help.

The Iowa State Patrol says former "Bachelor" Chris Soules was driving a truck that rear-ended a tractor near Aurora around 8:00 p.m.

Chris Soules was arrested in Iowa earlier this week after a fatal auto crash. He has been charged with leaving the scene of a deadly crash, a Class D felony in Iowa.

Soules is due in court for his first hearing on Tuesday, May 2, the insider told Us.

The six-minute call ends when Soules asks whether he can call back and hangs up. There were other individuals on the scene and he asked if anyone knows how to do CPR. The dispatcher responds Soules was the "RP" - the reporting party - the person who placed the call.

And while we understand the reality TV star's desire to disconnect following this terrible tragedy, it appears as though Chris wiped his social media presence for legal reasons.

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While he did not speak publicly, reports say Soules spoke so softly that the judge had to request him to speak up.

Soules was arrested about five hours after the crash at his farm in nearby Arlington, which is about 75 miles (120 kilometers) north of Iowa City. Mosher later was declared dead at a local hospital. "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. He posted $10,000 bail and is expected in court next month.

It was on Monday when Soule was arrested and charged with a case as he left the scene where the fatal vehicle crash happened. "They have already filed a demand asking law enforcement to preserve possible evidence and anticipate filing additional motions next week", as Radar reported.

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

Soules' lawyers, Sean Spellman and Molly Spellman of West Des Moines, Iowa, released a statement on Tuesday saying, "Chris Soules was involved in an accident Monday evening (April 24) in a rural part of Iowa near his home". "Chris has a location-monitoring device on his leg and had to surrender his passport", a source exclusively told Us Weekly, adding that it was because he previously "had plans to leave the country" before the incident. Regardless, we're sure the victim (Kenneth Mosher)'s family would like some answers about what exactly caused this fatal crash. Soules allegedly fled before law enforcement arrived and didn't return to the scene.

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