- Kortney Hause rammed his lavish Lamborghini into the fence of a nursery school and was lucky not to have injured anyone
- The defender was on his way to Villa Park for his team’s game against Manchester City when the incident occurred
- It was gathered that Hause appeared dazed and in shock after the airbags of his flash motor were deployed in the impact
Aston Villa star Kortney Hause was lucky not of have injured or killed anyone after his high-powered Lamborghini crashed into to the fence of a nursery school.
It was gathered that the ride ripped through the fence of the educational facility just minutes before the closing time, leaving parents thankful.
SunSport are reporting that the 26-year-old defender was on his way to Villa Park for his team’s game against Manchester City when his 4-litre Urus V8 careered off the road.
According to witnesses, the footballer appeared dazed and in shock after the airbags of his flash motor were deployed in the impact.
His dad Sabbir Ahmed said:
“My daughter and hordes of children stand on the corner in front of the gates before and after school.
“It was a staggering slice of luck that no one was killed. The black Lamborghini lost control in wet conditions. Everyone is shaking at what could have happened.
“When I saw the wreckage I thought there must be bodies. At another time of day, anyone could have been killed.”
The Lambo ploughed through the fence in Aston, Birmingham, just 25 minutes before pupils began flooding out of the three schools at the site.
Arsenal’s Maitland-Niles also crashed his car earlier
Arsenal defender Ainsley Maitland-Niles was also recently involved in a serious car crash on Wednesday, June 30.
The incident was confirmed by the Gunners, with the north London club confirming the 23-year-old emerged unscathed.
"All we know having spoken to him is he was involved in an accident, he's unhurt and he's at home."
According to The Athletic, the crash happened on the morning of Wednesday between Junctions 24 and 25 near Enfield, north London.