'Bachelor' star called 911 before allegedly fleeing deadly crash

'Bachelor' star called 911 before allegedly fleeing deadly crash

Soules made a social media post Monday, just a couple hours before the crash, showing him working in a farm field.

Initially, little was known about the local farmer who died in the tragic accident, but new details from his obituary reveal Mosher's true character.

Shortly after news broke about his accident, fans rushed to Chris' Instagram page and they flooded his posts with comments either defending him or bashing him for his accident.

When the dispatcher asks if Soules knows how to do CPR, he says he can not but asks an unidentified person if he or she knows how.

The audio's release comes weeks after the Iowa House passed a bill that would have classified 911 calls involving injured people as confidential "medical records" that were exempt from the open records law.

You can also hear in the recording another unidentified man on the scene beginning to give the victim CPR after Soules says he doesn't know how.

Soules then says he can feel the victim's pulse and that he's bleeding from the mouth before abruptly asking, "Can I call you back?"

An Iowa State Patrol official tells ET that Soules allegedly left the scene after the ambulance came.

Monday, April 24, approximately 8:20 p.m.: Soules rear-ends Mosher's tractor trailer with his pickup truck. The truck collided into the rear of the tractor, sending both vehicles into roadside ditches officers said.

Soules was taken to the hospital to be tested for drugs or alcohol in his system. The 35-year-old farmer was arrested Tuesday morning for his alleged involvement in a deadly hit-and-run in Iowa. Soules' rep, Stan Rosenfield, released a statement to ET following his release from jail.

Our sources say although they believe prosecutors will charge Soules, if the case goes to trial, "it's a loser".

The firm plans to issue a statement later Thursday, which would be the first word from Soules's defense since the crash Monday night in northern Iowa.

Soules' next court date is set for Tuesday, May 2 - a day after Mosher's funeral is apparently taking place.

Soules appeared on The Bachelorette in 2014 and starred the next year on The Bachelor. He had past driving infractions, including a 2006 conviction for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

Court documents allege that Soules was in possession of "alcoholic beverages/containers".

'Kenny loved playing golf, farming and spending his winters in Florida biking and visiting his mother, ' said Mosher's obituary.

Moments after the accident, the Iowa native reported the crash to 911.

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