Manchester United's Sergio Romero has been slammed for the 'innocent victims' that were involved in his Lamborghini crash en route to training on Monday morning.
Romero was reported unharmed after the horrific collision that resulted in his sports car underneath the road side barrier near the club's Carrington training ground.
However, authorities claimed there were no other parties involved within the incident which has since been dispelled by a family member of the victims.
According to Manchester Evening News, the Argentina goalkeeper crashed into a Vauxhall Astra with two children on board.
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As reported by the Mirror, former England speedway star Dave Morton suggested his daughter and two grandchildren were lucky to survive the ordeal.
"My daughter Kara and two grandchildren Kendall and Ellis were innocent victims of a car crash involving Sergio Romero the Manchester United goalkeeper," he said.
"He crashed his high powered car into her car driving out of control on the Carrington spur road this morning.
"She was lucky they weren't killed. The papers say no other car was involved, well there was and she now has no car.
"We have not heard a thing from Manchester United to see how she is or any help regarding how she will get around until the insurance is sorted."