British pop star Daniel Bedingfield has miraculously survived a second terrifying car crash.
The GOTTA GET THRU THIS hitmaker was travelling from London to Manchester, England in a convoy of cars to meet sister NATASHA to practice their duet for next Wednesday's (09FEB05) Brit Awards, when the car in which he was a passenger was struck by a passing truck.
A member of Bedingfield's entourage explains, "Dan's car pulled onto the hard shoulder so they could get a CD out of the boot.
"Dan was in the passenger seat when the driver opened the door.
"But he hadn't checked his mirrors and a juggernaut smashed into them.
"The door was ripped off and the car really badly mangled."
This smash comes just a year after Bedingfield nearly lost his life in a New Year's Day (1JAN04) car accident in New Zealand - which left him with serious head and neck injuries for six months.
This time the 25-year-old escaped without injury, despite being badly shaken.
Last night (05FEB05) his spokesperson confirmed, "He was concerned he may have hurt his neck again. Luckily he was ok."06/02/2005 23:23
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