According to reports, Trent Alexander-Arnold was involved in a terrific accident with his Range Rover car.
The 25-year-old was driving on a wet country road in Knutsford, Cheshire when he had to swerve to avoid a high-voltage power unit and hit a BMW X5.
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The 40-foot electricity pylon collided with a vehicle in front of the Liverpool star's Range Rover while driving at a minimum speed.
The Liverpool star was lucky enough to survive the accident and escape death, with his Vehicle seriously damaged.
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The England international was reportedly rattled, with a witness commenting that it was remarkable no one had been killed in the shocking disaster in the countryside brought on by the deadly Storm Babet that was sweeping the country.
The defender exited his Range Rover after ramming into the side of the BMW and made sure the other driver was okay.
His £90,000 black Range Rover, which also had a broken headlight and pieces missing from its front-left bumper, was severely damaged by the collision.
Parts of the automobile are shown to be barely hanging on as a result of the hit, and electrical cables from inside the vehicle's bonnet are visible through the shattered bumper.
Meanwhile, on Friday morning, the massive pylon's electrical supply was cut off after police were called to the area.
In a later statement, Cheshire Police stated: "At 10.34 this morning, we were alerted to reports of a road traffic incident involving a dark Range Rover and a BMW.
“An electricity pole had fallen into the road, causing the accident. Nobody was injured and everything was cleared by 1.05 pm. We called the energy company and had the electricity turned off.”
Thereafter, Alexander-Arnold participated in team practice with Liverpool in preparation for the Merseyside derby match against Everton on Saturday at Anfield, where he is anticipated to start.