Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has returned to training just days after a car accident involving his Rolls-Royce following the team’s 1-0 win at Burnley. The England international was in a different vehicle when he arrived at the club’s training complex on Monday.
The incident occurred when Rashford was leaving the training complex on Saturday night, colliding with a car driven by a 74-year-old woman at around midnight. Fortunately, Rashford sustained no injuries and was assessed by a club doctor, while the woman involved in the accident was left shaken but unhurt.
United swiftly released a statement confirming that neither party was injured in the “accidental collision” between Rashford’s car and the member of the public’s vehicle. Modern vehicle safety features were credited with protecting Rashford in the accident.
Video footage taken after the crash revealed the extent of the damage to Rashford’s car. The accident site is known for fans seeking autographs from United players.
Police responded to the incident and conducted routine breathalyzer tests on both drivers, with no further action taken. It was reported that the woman involved had no knowledge of Rashford or Fernandes, although club officials arranged for her transportation home.
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