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Tom Brady in Car Crash

Tom Brady, the quarterback for the New England Patriots, did not suffer any injuries in a car crash in Boston this morning.

(Tom Brady car crash article updated with an image of his car after the accident.)



) -- Tom Brady, the quarterback of the NFL's New England Patriots, was involved in a car crash in Boston Thursday morning.

The accident happened at 6:34 a.m. in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood at Commonwealth Avenue and Gloucester Street.

WEEI radio

reported that it was "more than a minor fender-bender."

Brady, who has quarterbacked the Pats to three Super Bowl titles, was able to walk after the accident. He seemed shaken up but refused to go to the hospital.

Brady's Audi and a red Ford minivan were the two cars involved in the crash. An emergency crew had to use a cutting device to remove the passenger in the rear seat of the minivan who Boston police said was unconscious. Reports claim that Brady smashed into the van in the intersection after the driver ran a red light.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady

Brady was reportedly on his way to Gillette Stadium and has contacted the Patriots since the accident. The Patriots are scheduled to play the Cincinnati Bengals in the teams' opener Sunday in Foxboro, Mass.

-- Written by Theresa McCabe in Boston.

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