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Paralympic champion David Weir cut free by firefighters after car crash

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PARALYMPIC legend David Weir was rushed to hospital after a car ploughed into the side of his.

The wheelchair-bound hero, who got four gold medals at London 2012 and has won the London Marathon eight times, had to be rescued by firefighters after the accident.

His white Skoda Karoq was hit with such force that it was pushed into some railings, with the other car under its back wheels.

Weir, 39, who was made a CBE in 2013, was left trapped in the driver’s seat suspended in the air.

The dramatic incident happened at a junction in Weir’s hometown of Sutton, Surrey, at 8.45am on Tuesday.

Yesterday, his mum Jacqueline Ash said he was making a good recovery, adding: “He’s a tough one.” An onlooker said: “It was a very traumatic crash.

He’s lucky to be alive.” It’s believed David was recovering at home last night.

The accident happened a stone’s throw from Sutton’s David Weir Leisure Centre.

Weir, 34, nicknamed the Weirwolf, is one of the world's most successful disabled athletes.

As well as his London 2012 haul for races from 800m to the marathon, he also won two gold medals at Beijing 2008 and a total of six at the IPC Athletics World Championships 2006 and 2011.

Weir has recently been in training for the marathon at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

He battled to glory after being born with a severed spinal cord, meaning he is unable to use his legs.
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