Boxing champ Errol Spence injured in rollover crash

Errol Spence Jr., center, celebrates his victory over Shawn Porter during the WBC & IBF World Welterweight Championship boxing match, Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)
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DALLAS, Tex. (WTHR) - World welterweight champion boxer Errol Spence, Junior is listed in serious condition after he was ejected from his car in an early morning crash.

Spence, 29, was driving a Ferrari at a "high rate of speed" along South Riverfront Boulevard in Dallas when he lost control crashed shortly before 3 a.m., police told WFAA in Dallas.

The Ferrari veered left over the median and onto the southbound lanes, which sent the vehicle flipping multiple times, police said.

Spence was not wearing a seat belt.

Paramedics took him to Methodist Dallas Medical Center with injuries considered to be serious, but not life-threatening, police said.

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Spence has a 26-0 record and has held the IBF welterweight title since 2017.

Police are still investigating the crash.

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