José Antonio Reyes' car was going at 237 km per hour when it crashed

The Spanish police believes they already know the reason for the accident that killed the former Benfica player and two of his cousins

The bursting of a tire is the most likely cause for the violent crash that resulted in the death of José Antonio Reyes and two of his cousins. This is, for now, the theory that the Spanish police believes to be more plausible to explain the violent accident that happened on Saturday morning.

According to the Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo, which had access to police reports, the bursting of the 380-horsepower Mercedes Brabus S550 tire when driving at 237 km per hour made it impossible to control the car, that flipped over and stopped 200 meters ahead.

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