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Rosberg shocked after crash in German World Cup promo event

Germany's World Cup preparations were disrupted when two members of the provisional squad were involved in a car accident on Tuesday. Defender Benedikt Hoewedes and his Schalke teammate Julian Draxler were passengers in two vehicles driven by racing driver Pascal Wehrlein and Formula One driver Nico Rosberg when the accident took place. Two people were taken to hospital - one with serious injuries - after being struck by a car driven by Wehrlein, the DPA news agency reported. Wehrlein and Rosberg were doing laps of a short circuit in the mountains near the German team's hotel in South Tyrol, northern Italy, when the accident occurred. None of the players or the drivers were injured. German...
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