Us Weekly rounded up everything we know so far about the tragedy that led to the death of the Bachelor alum's neighbor, Kenneth Mosher. Court documents say he was driving a Chevy pickup and rear-ended a John Deere tractor, causing it to crash in a ditch.
The driver of the tractor who perished from injuries sustained during the accident has since been identified as Kenneth Mosher of Aurora, Iowa. "He doesn't appear to be".
Later in the call, the operator asks Soules to perform CPR and he replies he doesn't know how.
In a letter from his legal team, obtained by Variety, Soules' attorneys say they have recognized the heightened level of interest in the case due to their client's "celebrity status", but have asked that members of the public "do not prejudge this case based on media coverage". It's not clear who he was speaking to at the scene.
Deputies eventually arrested him and took Soules to the hospital where they drew blood to determine whether alcohol or drugs were in his system. Soules also received medical care at some point after the accident.
Police have Chris Soules' phone and are looking into whether or not he was texting, talking on the phone or posting to social media at the time of his vehicle crash, according to TMZ.
He was formally charged with leaving the scene of a fatal auto accident and was released on a $10,000 bond on Tuesday. After posting bail, he was released from jail.
Chris Soules rose to fame on ABC's "The Bachelor" where he briefly found love - only to split from his fiancee several months later. A source told People that someone picked up the former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant.
Former "Bachelor" contestant Chris Soules was involved in a fatal auto accident April 24.
"Everyone in this close-knit farming community is mourning Mr. Mosher's passing", the statement continued.
TMZ reports that Soules, who is from Arlington, Iowa, was driving the pickup truck. "Everyone around here is in shock", Richard Roepke, a relative of Mosher, told the site. We don't know if they were full or empty.
According to his obituary, Mosher wasn't only a loving grandfather of three, but he was also a U.S. Army veteran. Soules eventually deleted his Twitter account as well.
According to Soules' lawyers, they have filed papers "asking law enforcement to preserve possible evidence and anticipate filing additional motions next week". He has been asked to turn in his passport and was ordered to wear an ankle bracelet.