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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Harry Kane's three children are said to have been injured in a multiple vehicle car accident

    Three of the 30-year-old Bayern Munich striker's children - Louis three, Vivienne, five, and seven-year-old Ivy - were travelling in a Mercedes at around 5.15pm on Monday in Bavaria, Germany, and were rushed to hospital, according to The Sun

    The newspaper reported Harry travelled back to Britain with his Bayern club ahead of their Champion League away match at Arsenal on Tuesday (09.04.24) night.

    Bild reported a Renault driver aged 20, smashed into the black Mercedes Vito in which Harry's children are said to have been travelling while trying to turn onto a motorway slip road.

    Reports have also stated Harry's wife Katie and their youngest child Henry - who is seven months old - were not in the car.

    The Mercedes was apparently driven by a 24-year-old woman and it is understood there were three passengers in the Renault, with a Land Rover also said to have been caught up in the collision.

    Reports said all eight people involved in the smash suffered minor injuries and were transported to hospital via ambulance and helicopters.

    After his game on Tuesday, England captain Harry told TNT Sports: "Having no fans here tonight was tough. Having a full stadium (next week) will push us on.

    "We had a big chance to go 3-1 up but Leroy didn't put it away unfortunately.

    "It's been an amazing experience in Germany personally. To see a different culture and a different league.

    "The league is gone this season but I am there for a long time."

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