Former England captain Andrew Flintoff has been airlifted to a hospital after struggling a horror automotive crash in Surrey whereas filming an episode for a BBC TV Show.
The 45-year-old was filming for ‘Top Gear’ in icy circumstances at Dunsfold Park Aerodrome in Surrey on Tuesday when the accident occurred.
“Freddie (Flintoff) was injured in an accident at the Top Gear test track this morning – with crew medics attending the scene immediately,” the BBC mentioned in an announcement.
“He has been taken to hospital for further treatment and we will confirm more details in due course.” According to The Sun, Flintoff’s accidents usually are not “life-threatening” and he was “driving on the track as normal” and was not going at a excessive velocity.
“All the usual health and safety measures were in place for filming too,” a supply was quoted as saying by ‘The Sun’.
“Freddie was taken to hospital by air ambulance shortly afterwards.
“Filming has been postponed for now and all anyone cares about is Freddie recovering.” His co-star Chris Harris was additionally on the ‘Top Gear’ take a look at monitor.
Three years again, Flintoff had survived a 125mph crash through the capturing of one other episode of Top Gear.
Flintoff, who retired from worldwide cricket in 2009, has performed 79 Tests and 141 limited-overs internationals for England.