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Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Kendrick Norton was at fault in the car crash last week that resulted in his arm being amputated.

According to the Florida Highway Patrol accident report obtained by ESPN, Norton was cited for making an incorrect lane change when his truck veered off and collided with a Maserati on July 4 in Miami.

According to the report, alcohol and drugs were not factors in the crash for any of the drivers.

Norton's vehicle crashed into a concrete barrier while suffering serious injuries, resulting in amputation. The NFL informed Norton on Tuesday that its medical expenses will be covered by league insurance policies and the Dolphins.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with medical bills in the future.

Norton was picked up by the Dolphins from the Carolina Panthers practice team last year. He was expected to compete to make the list of 53 men of the Dolphins for the 2019 campaign.