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Audio For 911 Call In Venus Williams' Car Accident Released

The audio of the 911 call for the accident involving Venus Williams has been released.

In June, Venus Williams was involved in a car accident.

Early reports alleged Williams was at fault for the accident that killed one, and badly injured another. However, police later cleared Venus of any unlawful action.

Nearly two months later, the audio for a 911 call reporting the accident has been released.

The audio for the call was obtained by TMZ.

A clearly distressed individual called 911 and described the scene to operators.

She explained that Venus was able to get out of her car.

"One of the people in this accident is one of the Serena sisters -- the Williams. I'm about 95 percent sure, and she was unfortunately at fault."

Venus is being sued for the wrongful death of 78-year-old Jerome Barson, who succumbed to his injuries as a result of the accident.