FREMANTLE forward Jesse Hogan is out of hospital and set to return to training on Tuesday after being involved in a car accident on Sunday morning in Perth.

Hogan was driving when his car clipped a parked vehicle at about 11am Perth time on Sunday, and another person subsequently called an ambulance as a precaution. 

No one was seriously injured in the accident but the condition of Hogan's car is unknown. 

A club spokesperson confirmed to that the 24-year-old, who was the only person in his car, was conscious for the trip to the hospital. 

Hogan was discharged after a brief period of observation but Dockers officials have given him Monday off and expect him to train on Tuesday. 

A Fremantle club doctor was with Hogan at the hospital. 

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Hogan's first season at the Dockers ended in round 14, when he re-injured his right foot against his former club Melbourne at the MCG. 

The 83-gamer underwent surgery and had screws inserted into the navicular bone.

Hogan is running on the AlterG anti-gravity treadmill but Fremantle football boss Peter Bell does not expect him to return to full training until after the Christmas break. 

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