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updated: 2/23/2012 7:18 PM

Blackhawks' Toews not hurt in one-car accident

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  • Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews was involved in a one-car accident in downtown Chicago Thursday morning. He was taken away from the scene by ambulance but wasn't injured, the Blackhawks said.

      Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews was involved in a one-car accident in downtown Chicago Thursday morning. He was taken away from the scene by ambulance but wasn't injured, the Blackhawks said.
    Associated Press

 
 

Blackhawks star Jonathan Toews was involved in a one-car accident in Chicago Thursday morning.

A statement released by the Blackhawks read: "Jonathan Toews was in a minor one-car collision in downtown Chicago this morning while driving himself to the United Center. He was not injured."

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Toews, who was to be held out of the Hawks lineup for Thursday night's game against Dallas due to an "upper body" injury, reportedly crashed his Mercedes into a support beam beneath the elevated tracks on Lake St. around 10 a.m.

On Wednesday, one local radio station reported that Toews was suffering from concussion-like symptoms, but the Hawks were calling it an "upper-body injury,"

The Hawks captain leads the team in goals (29) and ranks second with 57 points in 59 games.

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