The Fradi team bus became part of the accident: a pedestrian was swept away by the vehicle. The club said the swept pedestrian was assisted by the team’s doctor until the ambulance arrived.
“The team bus of our male footballers training camp in Marbella was involved in an accident on the way back from the preparation match against Estonia in the inner part of Marbella.
Close to the stadium, our team bus swept away a man with his back. On a narrow but two-lane street, a car stood next to parked cars, occupying one of the two lanes.
At the driver’s door stood a man gesturing to our driver that the bus could go, they fit. The bus set off, and when he passed the car and the man almost completely, he unexpectedly turned to the side, his shoulder pressed to the side of the bus, and the Spanish man fell to the ground.
Our bus stopped immediately, and until the ambulance arrived, Fradi’s team doctor helped the man. We take all responsibility for what happened.
The driver of the team bus was probed by the police, the result was negative. The injured man was taken away by the ambulance, of course we wish him recovery as soon as possible, and our team manager asked his incoming relatives to contact him so that we could inquire about his condition, ”the statement wrote in the statement.
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