There might’ve been concern that when Drake Johnson joined Michigan’s track and field team this winter, the oft-injured tailback would be at risk to get hurt off the football field.

Johnson did indeed wind up getting injured during track season, but it wasn’t in a way anyone could’ve predicted.

According to Derick Hutchinson, Johnson was injured by a forklift while stretching at the university’s indoor track and field facility:

Michigan confirmed that Johnson was injured on Thursday morning:

“On Wednesday, an accident occurred at the indoor track and field building involving student-athlete Drake Johnson. He was evaluated by a U-M athletic department team physician and was referred to the U-M Health system for further evaluation.”

It remains to be seen what kind of injury Johnson suffered or how severe it was. If his Twitter account was any indication, it could’ve been much worse:

Johnson already tore his anterior cruciate ligament twice in his career and was running track to build up strength in his legs.

The fifth-year senior is expected to have a role in Michigan’s loaded backfield in 2016. He has 641 career rushing yards and nine touchdowns.

Harbaugh didn’t say that he knew the severity of the injury, and that he’d let the family speak on behalf of Johnson, but that it was a miracle that he wasn’t hurt worse: