Chris Harris has shared a health update on the cricket legend Freddie Flintoff after he was involved in a horror crash that left him fighting for his life.The star suffered severe facial injuries when he crashed whilst filming Top Gear at the Dunsfold Aerodrome last December.Nine months after he sustained the 'life-altering' injuries, the star appeared in public for the first time.Appearing on BBC Breakfast, Chris said: 'I think he's healing.
It was a serious incident. I'm not going say any more than that. As I've said in the book and in the few interviews I've given, I'm so proud of the fact that team Top Gear kept everything quiet and we were dignified."The presenter, who joined the BBC motoring show in 2016, continued: "There is nothing out there about what happened and there won't be.
There's no mole in the organisation. I'm really, really proud of that. As long as he's healing, it's great to see him out and about being passionate about cricket.""I'm sad I'm not doing Top Gear with him at the moment, but that's life, it's the best thing for him right now."The presenter went on to discuss the impact the crash had on his own life.He explained: "I suddenly had nothing to do.
I have got another business, which is an online car platform which is great. I do stuff there. But my day job went and you can imagine your muscle memory of working life is really important, you guys have your routines, if that suddenly stops and suddenly you don't talk to those people, you don't see those people, then you go into a slightly dark place.