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David Beckham Involved In Car Crash

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David Beckham was recently involved in a car crash near his home. Beckham is a former English soccer player, and recent star for the Los Angeles Galaxy.

Before moving to the United States and playing for the Los Angeles Galaxy, David Beckham was one of the top players for English national team, and was a favorite among many fans watching world cup matches.

His son, Brooklyn was in the car with him at the time. Brooklyn is 14-years-old, and ironically, this is not the first time that the father and son have been in a car accident together. The two of them were also involved in a multiple-car pile-up on a freeway in Los Angeles in 2011

The incident occurred when he was exiting the driveway of his Beverly Hills home with his son on Saturday, and reportedly ran into another SUV. Beckham was driving a black 2013 Range Rover, and while the front bumper and hood were damaged, he and his son did not appear to have suffered any injuries.

In addition to Brooklyn, David Beckham and his wife Victoria have three other children. The Beckham family had just returned from the gym minutes before the accident. David dropped the rest of the family off, before leaving with Brooklyn and colliding with the oncoming car.

Cops were called to the scene shortly after the incident occurred. However, no one was hurt, and there was for the drivers to exchange information.

Since retiring from the sport of soccer, David Beckham has enjoyed having more time with his family. He has admitted to doing the majority of the cooking at home, while putting to good use the skills he learned while taking a six month culinary course in Italy. He was able to take the course while playing for the club team AC Milan.

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David Beckham Involved In Car Crash


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