SHOCKING footage from Jerry Jones' car smash shows the Dallas Cowboys limping after he reportedly T-boned a vehicle while driving at high speed.

Video obtained by TMZ shows a silver car attempting to make a left turn from a right lane on a one-way road; then, from out of nowhere, Jones – driving a dark-colored sedan – slams into the side of the vehicle.

The video cuts and shows Jones, 79, walking toward the other vehicle and its passengers.

As Jones approached the silver car on foot, an occupant from the vehicle appeared to be complaining of some sort of head pain.

Seconds later, Jones is seen slightly limping and proceeds to roll up his pant leg to check out his left shin area.

The Cowboys owner was seen speaking to someone on the phone until medical personnel arrived on the scene.

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Jones was sent to a local hospital for what's been reported as minor injuries.

According to the video's timestamp, the crash unfolded at around 6pm on Wednesday in the Wolf Street and Harry Hines Blvd area, roughly 20 miles away from the Cowboys' team facility in Dallas, Texas.

Jones' son Stephen told ESPN that his father was back home by Wednesday evening and was "all good."

It's unclear what injuries the passengers in the other car suffered.

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The 79-year-old was at the Cowboys' facility for the NFL Draft over the weekend.

The team passed up on top-tier prospect Lewis Cine and instead selected Tulsa offensive lineman Tyler Smith with the 24th overall pick in the draft.

At the news conference following the first round, Jones said Smith was “the leader in the clubhouse” going into the draft to be the Cowboys’ pick, even if a defensive player they liked was on the board.

Jones also declared at the news conference that his team was “very fortunate, with the 24th pick, to get the 16th player in the draft.”

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The 79-year-old has owned the Cowboys since 1989.

In Jones' 33 years as owner, the Cowboys have won three Super Bowls – XXVII, XXVIII, XXX – and 12 NFC East division titles, including last season.

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