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Report: Alexander Semin unhurt in crash in Russia

Alexander Semin of the Washington Capitals was uninjured when his Mercedes Benz collided with another car in his hometown of Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

The car driven by Semin was rear-ended by a Lada Zhiguli, according to a Moscow News report, at something the online newspaper describes as a "traffic queue."

"I didn't even realise what had happened," he said. "I was just sitting in my car and suddenly - crash!"

(via On Frozen Blog and Dmitry Chesnokov)

By Cindy Boren  |  August 20, 2010; 7:54 AM ET
Categories:  Capitals  
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