EastEnders Star Dean Gaffney Escapes Near-Death Experience as Chelsea’s Wesley Fofana Accidentally Strikes Him with Lamborghini

EastEnders Star Dean Gaffney Escapes Near-Death Experience as Chelsea’s Wesley Fofana Accidentally Strikes Him with Lamborghini

Chelsea Star Wesley Fofana Accidentally Collides with EastEnders Actor Dean Gaffney in Late-Night Incident

French centre-back Wesley Fofana, a key player for Chelsea, inadvertently struck EastEnders icon Dean Gaffney with his Lamborghini during a night out in Chelsea, resulting in Gaffney breaking his collarbone.

Hospital Treatment for Gaffney: Lucky Escape from Nasty Accident

After the collision on King’s Road, Gaffney, who was attempting to hail a cab, suffered injuries and was rushed to the hospital for treatment.

Sources indicate that Gaffney considered himself fortunate to be alive and expressed gratitude for surviving the ordeal.

Fofana’s Involvement and Breathalyser Test: Chelsea Star’s Role in the Incident

Wesley Fofana, a 23-year-old French international earning £230,000 per week, was behind the wheel of the Lamborghini.

He underwent a breathalyser test at the scene, which he passed. Authorities did not hold him responsible for the incident.

Details of the Accident: The Midriff Hit and Emergency Response

The incident occurred in December 2022 on King’s Road in Chelsea, West London. Gaffney, struck in the midriff, was catapulted into the air.

Emergency services quickly responded, providing pain relief, and Gaffney was subsequently patched up in the hospital.

Gaffney’s Late Discovery of Fofana’s Involvement: Footballer Unaware of Icon’s Identity

Dean Gaffney learned of Wesley Fofana’s involvement in the accident only later, while reports suggest that the footballer was unaware of Gaffney’s identity.

The incident was not publicly discussed by Gaffney, given that no blame was assigned.

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