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Harry Redknapp's Wife Sandra Pictured Leaving Hospital After Being 'Run Over' In 'Freak Accident'

'Harry was beside himself.'

20/10/2016 11:23 | Updated 20 October 2016

Harry Redknapp’s wife Sandra has left hospital in a wheelchair following surgery for an injury sustained in a ‘freak accident’ involving her husband’s car.

Sandra was reportedly left “bloodied and screaming in agony” after being caught in the footwell of the Range Rover as her husband drove along a street.

Witnesses told The Sun how Sandra lay screaming after her foot got stuck in the vehicle’s footwell as the ex-Premier League boss, 69, pulled away. 

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Sandra was pictured in a wheelchair beside her husband Harry on Thursday outside a hospital in Poole, Dorset
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Sandra's foot appeared to be bandaged as she left hospital on Thursday
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Harry Redknapp ran over his wife Sandra in a 'freak accident' on Wednesday

She had earlier undergone surgery for her injuries at a hospital in Poole, Dorset, according to the London Evening Standard.

She was pictured on Thursday afternoon being helped into a car of the same type as that involved in the incident.

She suffered a foot injury after the accident, which occurred around 11.49am on Poole Road, Bournemouth, a South Western Ambulance Service spokesperson confirmed. 

Sandra, also 69, reportedly yelled out in pain as her husband braked, but not before her foot had been seriously injured. 

The incident happened just a few miles from the couple’s home.

Witnesses reported seeing “a lot of blood on the tarmac and Harry was beside himself” after what they described as being a “freak accident”, the MailOnline reported.

Onlookers told The Sun how the former ­Tottenham, West Ham, Bournemouth, Southampton and Portsmouth boss looked shaken as he cared for his wife until an ambulance arrived.

Football fans wished Sandra a quick recovery. 

Sandra was recently seen in the audience of BBC show ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ supporting her daughter Louise.

It’s been reported that representatives for Mr Redknapp last night denied that an incident had taken place.

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