(WXYZ) - A man is claiming Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh hit his car on Thursday and kept driving.
Steven Vines of Livonia says Suh, who was driving a Range Rover, tried to pass him while driving on an exit ramp on the Southfield Freeway. The driver says the Rover side-swiped his vehicle, because of limited shoulder room, and kept going.
Vines called 911 and followed the Rover to the Lions training facility where he had some words with Suh.
The Dearborn police arrived and took the report. Police say it was a very minor accident and Vines was overly agitated when they arrived at the Allen Park facility.
An investigation is still ongoing, according to police.
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