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25/03/2010

Terry 'not to blame' for injuries to football steward

Chelsea footballer John Terry has avoided a car accident compensation claim being made against him after stewards said that he was not to blame for leg injuries sustained by a security guard.

The 29-year-old footballer was breathalysed and questioned by police after he hit a security guard with his Range Rover on his way home from a football match.

At the time of the incident, Terry was said to be moving at slow speeds as he left Stamford Bridge after his team's Champions League defeat to Inter Milan.

The footballer was not immediately aware of the traffic collision until he was telephoned at home.

The security guard suffered severe bruising in the accident but x-rays ruled out a broken leg.

Speaking of the incident the steward said, "John was quickly in contact with me once he realised what had happened and there's no bad feeling at all on my part. It wasn't his fault at all."

Terry, therefore, will not be facing a car accident claim after the incident or any criminal charges.

 

 

 
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