World 100m record holder Usain Bolt escaped uninjured after a car accident yesterday.
Triple Olympic champion Bolt, 25, had been returning home in the early hours when the accident happened near his home in Jamaica.
Bolt is due to take part in the national trials later this month ahead of the Olympics.
It is not the first time the Jamaican has been involved in a car accident.
In 2009 police said Bolt, also the 200m world record holder, was taken to hospital with a female after an accident in Jamaica.
Jamaica's newspapers reported that compatriot and sprint rival Asafa Powell was also present, but in another car, at the latest accident.
Bolt, who ran 9.79 seconds in the 100m at the Diamond League meeting in Norway on Thursday, was resting at home following the incident.