Andrew Flintoff, the previous Britain allrounder, has been transported to emergency clinic following

an auto collision during the shooting of an episode of the BBC show, Top Stuff.

The mishap happened on Monday, when Flintoff, 45, was recording in frosty circumstances at Dunsfold Park Aerodrome in Surrey.

"Freddie was harmed in a mishap at the Top Stuff test track today - with team surgeons going to the scene right away," the BBC said in a proclamation.

"He has been taken to emergency clinic for additional treatment and we will affirm more subtleties at the appointed time."

 Flintoff's wounds are "not hazardous", as per The Sun, which added that he had been "driving on the track as typical" and was not going at high rates.

"Shooting has been delayed for the present and all anybody thinks often about is Freddie recuperating."

Flintoff's co-star Chris Harris, who presents the show alongside Paddy McGuiness, was likewise present at the test track.

In 2019, Flintoff endure a 125mph accident during the recording of one more episode of Top Stuff,