Two Collingwood players involved in car accident ahead of preliminary final | 9 News Australia

Two collingwood players involved in car accident ahead of preliminary final | 9 news australia

9 News Australia published this video item, entitled “Two Collingwood players involved in car accident ahead of preliminary final | 9 News Australia” – below is their description.

Collingwood players Beau McCreery and Josh Carmichael have been involved in a car crash while on their way to Melbourne airport, ahead of their preliminary final against the Swans in Sydney this Saturday.

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