FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – One day after a North Texas man sued the Dallas Cowboys and running back Ezekiel Elliott for $20 million over a January 2017 car crash, Frisco Police released dash cam video of the accident scene.

It shows officers on the scene at Dallas Parkway and Gaylord Parkway.

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Frisco Police dash cam image from Ezekiel Elliott crash in 2017 (Frisco PD)

The Frisco Police crash report says Elliott accidentally ran a red light and struck Hill’s car.

The officers discuss insurance and tell both Elliott and Hill their cars are so badly damaged, they’ll have to be towed.

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Hill and his attorney allege the Cowboys and Frisco Police downplayed the severity of the crash to insure Elliott would miss a playoff game four days later.

Frisco Police say any allegation of a coverup is false.

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