It has emerged that promising Zambia midfielder Changwe Kalale suffered a spinal injury in Sunday’s car accident on his way to join Chipolopolo’s pre-2015 Africa Cup training in Lusaka that began on December 15.The Zambia Under 17 player was one of three Zambia call-ups injured in the accident together with defender Nyambe Mulenga and goalkeeper Satchmo Chakawa who also sustain serious injuries. “Changwe Kalale sustained a spinal injury that has left him paralyzed from the waist going downwards,” Zesco United spokesperson Katebe Chengo said.“He also sustained a right broken thigh and broken leg. His condition has been described as stable and is admitted to the University teaching Hospital (In Lusaka).”Kalale was expected to be one of Zambia’s top prospects at the 2015 CAF U17 Cup in Niger in February when the Junior Chipolopolo will make its tournament debut.He has one senior cap from Zambia’s friendly against Cote d’Ivoire that ended 1-1 in Lusaka on October 25. The defensive midfielder from FAZ Division One North club Chambeshi FC was given a lift to Lusaka on a Zesco club minibus that was involved in the accident in a head-on collision with another vehicle.Meanwhile, Nyambe plays for Zesco while Choma Eagles goalkeeper Chakawa was guest of the 2014 FAZ Super Division champions who are chasing his signature. Nyambe has a fractured right leg while Chakawa ruptured his spleen and bladder.