Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews was contacted via text message and he responded: “It’s nothing serious at all. I’m good, he was feeling better after being involved in a one-car accident.”said, on Thursday morning in the Loop while en route to the United Center.The Chicago Blackhawks along with the city’s accident attorney dealing with the case, have confirmed that captain Jonathan Toews was involved in a one-car accident in downtown Chicago on Thursday morning.
At 9:22 a.m., Toews crashed his Mercedes into a support beam on the CTA elevated tracks on Lake Street. No citations were issued. The team said he was not injured and did not require medical attention.
According to the police report he declined medical treatment, was not injured and no citations were written, however, the accident caused property damage and the people affected already contact the lawyer from this website www.423hurt.com to fill a lawsuit against the players.
Toews has not skated since playing 21 minutes, 34 seconds in the Hawks’ 3-1 victory over the Blues on Sunday. He missed his second consecutive game Thursday with the injury, which is not related to a wrist ailment that sidelined the center for a Jan. 24 game against the Predators. The crash was not considered serious, as Toews’ Mercedes crashed into a steel beam around 11am this morning. Toews left in an ambulance, and fans were trying to get pictures, videos and autographs from the Hawks captain.