Soccer Star Harry Kane’s Three Kids in Car Crash, Rushed to Hospital

All three of soccer star Harry Kane’s kids, two daughters and a boy were hospitalized after a multi-vehicle collision.

When the Bayern Munich player arrived in England for the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal encounter against Arsenal the day before, he and his family were involved in a pileup in Germany.

Even though he was injured on Monday afternoon at the age of 30, Kane played and scored in Tuesday night’s game.

According to Bild, a black Mercedes Vito and a 20-year-old driver of a Renault were trying to merge onto an off-ramp to a highway when they were involved in a collision.

As a precaution, the top striker’s three children—Louis, who was three years old; Vivienne, who was five years old; and Ivy, who was seven years old—were taken to the hospital in the Mercedes.

The children are doing well. A representative for Kane said that no injuries were reported.

According to firemen, the fact that no one was severely injured in the incident was a “fortunate” turn of events. Daniel Buck, chief of the Hohenschäftlarn Ambulance Department, said each car “had a lot of damage.” Buck concluded that everyone was fortunate.

Kane’s wife, Katie, and their seven-month-old son, Henry, were not in the car.

The Mercedes driver was a local woman of twenty-four years of age, while the three passengers in the Renault were males of forty-three, forty-eight, and thirty-three years of age.

The horrific accident also featured a Land Rover driven by a 62-year-old lady.

Police said that despite just minor injuries, all eight people involved in the crash were airlifted to a hospital by helicopter and ambulance.

A spokesperson said that the intersection was partially closed for around two hours.

Proceeding investigations will be supervised by the Munich traffic police.

Harry Kane and his family moved to Germany after the striker’s £104 million transfer from Tottenham to Bayern Munich in August last year.

He uprooted his family of four—wife Katie and their four children—and moved to a magnificent villa in a Bavarian area called Beverly Hills. The property, worth thirty million pounds, was owned by former Bayern players Mehmet Scholl and Lucas Hernandez.