English cricket legend Andrew Flintoff has been taken to the clinic after a mishap while recording for well known BBC network show “Top Stuff”, English media reports said
English cricket legend Andrew Flintoff has been taken to the clinic after a mishap while recording for the well-known BBC network show “Top Stuff”, English media reports said.
The 45-year-old was given clinical consideration at the scene prior to being moved to the medical clinic, the BBC news site said, adding that his wounds are not remembered to life-undermine.
The episode occurred on Tuesday at the program’s test track at Dunsfold Park Aerodrome, south of London.
Flintoff, a commended all-rounder otherwise called “Freddie”, played 79 Tests for England prior to resigning from cricket matured 32.
He has proceeded to have a vocation in TV including co-introducing the hit Motorshow Top Stuff.
“Freddie was injured in a mishap at the Top Stuff test track today (Tuesday) with group surgeons going to the scene right away,” a BBC representative expressed, as per the BBC and Sky.
The mishap isn’t the first looked at by Flintoff since he started dealing with the show.
In February 2019 the moderator was engaged in a minor episode when he collided with a marked slowdown in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.
In September of that very year he crashed again while driving a three-wheel vehicle at a revealed speed of 124mph during recording for Top Stuff at Elvington Landing strip in Yorkshire, however, left the episode safe.
“He has been taken to the emergency clinic for additional treatment and we will affirm more subtleties at the appropriate time.”
During his cricket profession, Flintoff assumed a crucial part in England winning the Remains in 2005 and 2009.