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Ian Wright was in a car accident on his way to the MOTD set as the Arsenal legend shared a picture of the wreckage and thanked emergency services

IAN WRIGHT shared an image of himself on the side of the motorway after what appeared to be involved in a crash on the M56.

The Arsenal The legend, 58, thankfully appears to have come out of the incident unscathed.

Lucky Ian Wright showed up unscathed

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Lucky Ian Wright showed up unscathedCredit: Twitter @ IanWright0

OK was on his way to Manchester in adverse weather to appear for the Match of the Day tonight when the accident happened.

He was able to tweet a selfie of himself grinning on the side of the highway with wreckage in the background, showing that all was well.

He attached a photo with the message: “Not an easy ride for @BBCMOTD!

“Fortunately no one was injured.

“Be careful out there, a lot of water on the road.

“Thanks to my amazing driver Jay and the amazing emergency services

“See you tonight 😁📺⚽”

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Wright, 58, will be on fans' phones tonight

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Wright, 58, will be on fans’ phones tonightCredit: Getty

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