Patrick Marleau fine, not injured after car accident on Tuesday
San Jose Sharks forward Patrick Marleau is fine and injured after a car accident in San Jose on Tuesday.
#SJSharks forward Patrick Marleau is doing fine and was not injured after he was involved in a car accident in San Jose earlier today.— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) November 19, 2013
As far as any details of the accident, there weren't many available. From Kevin Kurz of CSN Bay Area:
According to the report, Marleau "was traveling on W. Taylor Street when his Mercedes collided with another vehicle.
"The conditions of the others involved in the accident is unknown at this time."
No matter how it happened, it happened. Proof that Marleau was OK after the accident comes via @GrantLodes and Brodie Brazil. That's Marleau on the left talking with the authorities and his car on the right side with a beatup front end.
While Marleau wasn't injured, there was no word from the team about the status of the person/people in the other car involved in the accident with Marleau. It certainly doesn't look good and hopefully everybody came out OK, not just Marleau.
Marleau, 34, has 10 goals and 10 assists this season in 21 games, averaging nearly 21 minutes of ice time per game. This is 16th season in the NHL, all spent with the Sharks.
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