Freddie Flintoff hospitalized after accident on Top Gear test track

The BBC has confirmed that Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff was taken to hospital on Tuesday morning after being involved in an accident while working for Top Gear.

Following a statement, a BBC spokesman said: “Freddie was injured in an accident at the Top Gear test track this morning – the crew medical team was on the scene immediately.

“He has been taken to hospital for further treatment and we will confirm more details in due course.”

The 45-year-old father-of-four, who has hosted BBC One since 2019, was airlifted to hospital after the incident, but is not believed to have suffered any life-threatening injuries. Sun report.

The accident isn’t the first time Flintoff has faced since he started working on the show.

In February 2019, the presenter was involved in a minor incident when he crashed into a market stall in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.

In September of the same year, he was again involved in an accident while driving a tricycle at a reported speed of 124 mph during filming for top gear at Elvington Airport in Yorkshire, but escaped the incident unharmed.

Before top gear presenter Richard Hammond was involved in a fatal crash at the same airport in 2006, leaving him in a coma. Freddie Flintoff hospitalized after accident on Top Gear test track

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