SERGIO ROMERO was "lucky not to have killed" a woman and her two kids in his horror crash on Monday.
The Manchester United goalkeeper, 32, wrecked his £170,000 Lamborghini near the club's Carrington training ground.
Initial reports suggested no other cars were involved, with the supercar wedged underneath a barrier at the side of the road.
But former speedway star David Morton has revealed his daughter and two grandchildren were in another vehicle and were hit by the "out of control" Argentine.
Morton slammed United's treatment of the whole incident, before later claiming the club were helping things to move in the right direction.
Taking to Facebook, Morton initially wrote: "My daughter Kara and two grandchildren Kendall and Ellis were innocent victims in a car crash involving Sergio Romero, the Manchester United goalkeeper.
"[He] crashed his high-powered car into her car driving out of control on the Carrington spur road this morning.
"She was lucky they weren't killed.
"The papers say no other car was involved - well there was and she now has no car and not heard a thing from Manchester United to see how she is or any help regarding how she will get around until the insurance is sorted.
"How long before he kills someone?!"
"SERGIO DID APOLOGISE"
But Morton later posted an update, suggesting the club were attempting to help Morton's family.
He posted: "Apparently Manchester United did try to contact her yesterday.
"But with the trauma of the accident she had given them the wrong number.
"They have now been in touch and Sergio did apologise at the time for the accident and trauma caused.
"Things are now moving in the right direction to being sorted.
"At the end of the day, Kara is just glad no one got injured and so am I.
"Hopefully she can get things sorted as quickly as possible and get back to a normal life.
"Thanks to everyone who got in touch."
Romero escaped the crash unhurt and trained later on Monday. He then arrived for training on Tuesday in an Audi SUV.