JJ Da Boss and his wife were reportedly driving separate vehicles while filming the street racing show and injured during a collision, a source with knowledge of the situation told TMZ.
Day was reportedly transported to a local hospital for injuries sustained in the crash but her condition was unknown as of Friday (January 14) morning.
A YouTube account, "TexasDragRacingVideo," shared a video that included footage of the couple beginning their drag race and included post-crash photos.
"During filming of Season 2 of Street Outlaws - America’s List, Trish and JJ Da Boss made contact with each other," the account captioned with the video. "Trish went on to hit a Production Van. Both drivers were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries and will make a full recovery. Prayers for both teams."
An Instagram account, @muscle.car.mayhem, also shared photos of the aftermath of the crash.
"F*** it, I'll post since yall cried...even though I took it down.. Memphis be wild. Everyone will be okay," the account wrote.
Street Outlaws premiered in 2013 and has aired for 13 seasons, the last of which ran in 2019.
Discovery Channel recently announced multiple Street Outlaws series were scheduled to premiere in January in a press release last month.