David Foster‘s taking a trip down memory lane — or rather, the Pacific Coast Highway — ’trigger he needs to revisit his scary accident when he hit “Roots” actor Ben Vereen.
TMZ has discovered that the Grammy-winning producer and composer’s camp lately made a proper information request from the LAPD from his June 12, 1992 accident … when he unintentionally crashed his automobile into Vereen as he was strolling on PCH close to their Malibu houses.
As for why … sources related to David inform us, he and his crew are contemplating utilizing the knowledge in a brand new documentary about his life, known as “David Foster: Off the Record.” It’s not a given something he will get from the L.A. Officials will make it within the last reduce that will get launched within the U.S. — however we’re informed the doc’s director needs to overview the deets for a contemporary view.
Doesn’t appear to be David’s gonna get the 911 name from cops although — his request was denied by the division, ’trigger they are saying they don’t have it … referring him to L.A. Fire as an alternative.
If you don’t keep in mind, David was cruising down PCH one evening when Vereen wandered into the highway out of nowhere, inflicting Dave’s Chevy to strike him and put him within the hospital. He ended up struggling a damaged leg — and DF was by no means criminally charged for the crash.
As for a way David dealt with the crash on the time … a transcript of the 911 name reveals he really carried himself with grace, compassion and relative composure. He informed the operator that he needed to attempt stopping different oncoming automobiles out of concern Vereen can be hit once more.
It was additionally fairly traumatic for David, as he informed the operator … “This is the worst thing that’s ever happened to me … I’m gonna be in big trouble, I know.”