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The English footballing superstar, Harry Kane, sent out a statement to the media in the aftermath of his three children being involved in a car accident in Germany on Monday, April 8, when he was away in London to play for Bayern Munich against Arsenal in the UEFA Champions League. The 30-year-old remarked that his children are fine before revealing that they went to the hospital for a routine check-up.

At around 5:15 PM local time in Munich this past Monday, when three of Harry Kane’s children, Louis, Vivienne, and Ivy, who were in a Mercedes van, were involved in a collision with a Renault car on the state highway 2071 near Schaeftlarn, which also hit a Land Rover shortly after. None of the nine people involved in the couple of crashes were seriously injured.

After the car accident, all the three children of Harry Kane were taken to the hospital, which their father later revealed to be a routine check-up. Days later, the spokesperson for Harry Kane, gave an update to the BBC about his children, which read, “They are fine and only went to hospital for a routine check-up.”

The head of the local volunteer fire department, who was at the crash site, stated that the people involved in the accident were “really lucky” to not sustain anything more than minor injuries. He was quoted as saying, “The cars had a lot of damage – all of the cars. The first thing that we were seeing was a lot of injured people from all the cars.”

“The good news was nobody had really strong injuries, more minor injuries, like they have pain in the neck from the head up, normally typical for a car accident. Thank God nobody was really injured. It was really lucky for all the people,” he added.

Moreover, it is understood that the wife of Harry Kane, named Katie, and their youngest child, Henry, were not in the Mercedes van when the accident had happened.