Close Call for Trent Alexander-Arnold as Electricity Pylon Falls on Road

The Liverpool player was driving on Friday when he got into an accident.

Trent Alexander-Arnold escaped having his car collide with a 70-foot electrical pole.

Trenta The Liverpool star’s Range Rover was involved in a near-fatal collision on Friday when a 40-foot electrical pole struck a car in front of it while he was driving in winds of up to 70 mph, according to the Sun.

The 25-year-old had to swerve to avoid the high-voltage power unit while driving on a wet rural road close to Knutsford, Cheshire, and as a result, he crashed with a BMW X5.

Alexander-Arnold came dangerously close to being hit by the massive electrical pylon that was lying broken on the road’s bank, which might have caused significant harm to the player’s opulent car.

Thankfully, Alexander-Arnold and the BMW driver survived the crash unscathed as the half-ton power line toppled over the other car at the site.

Nevertheless, a witness claimed it was shocking that no one had died in the shocking rural mishap brought on by the catastrophic Storm Babet that ravaged the country, leaving the England international terrified.

After smashing into the side of the BMW, Alexander-Arnold exited his Range Rover and looked to see if the other driver was alright.

His £90,000 black Range Rover had parts of its front-left bumper gone and was still severely damaged from the collision.

The headlight was also fractured.

Through the remains of the damaged bumper, electrical cables from within the car’s bonnet are visible, and pieces of the automobile appear to be barely hanging on due to the hit.

The front-left wheel of the white BMW is resting on its rim, and a large break in the side of the bodywork is apparent.

The headlight of the car is missing, and it is scattered over the middle of the road.

The electrical power passing through the massive pylon was cut off when police were called to the area early on Friday morning.

Later, Alexander-Arnold participated in team training with Liverpool in advance of the Merseyside derby match between Liverpool and Everton on Saturday at Anfield, where he is anticipated to start.

Following the incident, Cheshire Police released a statement in which they said, “This morning at 10.34 a.m., we received reports of a collision involving a black Range Rover and a BMW on the road.”

The accident was caused by an electricity pole that fell onto the road; by 1:05 pm, everything had been cleaned and no one had been hurt.

We disconnected the electricity after calling the energy provider.

Storm Babet’s aftermath has wreaked havoc across the nation, causing a passenger airliner in Leeds to slip off the runway.

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