A soccer player has been hospitalized after crashing into the roof of a gym in Belgium, moments after a group of children had left, when he lost control and hit a spinner at high speed.
- A Moroccan soccer player was involved in a terrible car accident in Liège, Belgium
- Soufiane Kaine lost control of his car and smashed the roof of a gym
- The footballer was taken to the hospital but fortunately no one else was injured
Moroccan footballer Sofiane Kane has been hospitalized after a horrific car crash saw him crash through the roof of a sports hall in Belgium.
Kiyine – who plays for Oud-Heverlee Leuven in the Belgian Pro League – appears to have lost control of his car at a roundabout in Liege.
The children were in the gym at the time of the accident, but the youngsters had pulled into the changing rooms moments earlier and fortunately no one was hurt.
Keene was in hospital after the accident Thursday night, but his condition is not believed to be life-threatening.
In a video, the footballer’s car can be seen speeding along a road as it approaches a roundabout.
Moroccan footballer Sofiane Kane has been hospitalized after a horrific car crash saw him crash through the roof of a gym in Belgium.
In a video, Kane appeared to lose control of his car and headed to a gym at great speed
No one was injured in the incident, as a group of children had left the auditorium moments before
The car then lifts off the roundabout and is sent airborne before crashing into the gym at breakneck speed, leaving a huge hole in the building.
Belgian authorities are reportedly investigating the incident.
A spokesperson for OH Leuven – who are owned by the owners Leicester King Power – said: ‘The club has learned that Sofiane Keene was involved in a serious car accident near Liege last night.
Keen was taken to the nearest hospital’s emergency department where further tests are being carried out.
He is not in a life threatening condition. Fortunately, no other vehicles or people were involved in the accident.
The club is waiting for more clarity on the exact circumstances of how the incident occurred before responding further.
We wish Sufyan a speedy recovery.
It is unclear how fast Kiyine was traveling when he went mad, but the speed limit on the road he was on is 55 mph.
Louis Millen Sports Hall hosts five-a-side football, basketball and gymnastics matches but will likely be unusable for a long time after the damage caused by the accident.