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Former MotoGp Champion Nicky Hayden Injured In Road Incident
Former 2006 MotoGP World Champion, Nicky Hayden. Image credit: crash.net
Thursday, 18 May, 2017 | 13:40 WIB
Former MotoGp Champion Nicky Hayden Injured In Road Incident

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Former 2006 MotoGP World Champion, Nicky Hayden, was reported to be severely injured after a car struck Hayden while he was training on his bicycle in Rimini, Italy, on Wednesday, May 17.

According to several reports, the current RedBull Honda WSBK rider sustained a severe head and chest trauma before he was transported to the hospital.

The latest update on 20:00 CET stated,”Nicky has been taken to Bufalini Hospital in Cesena (North of San Marino) to receive further treatments and might need an operation.”

The 35 year old rider was cycling with 14 of his friends through the roads of Rimini when a Peugeot sedan struck him. As a result of the crash, Hayden was reportedly thrown over the bonnet of car and onto its windshield.

Hayden stayed in Italy after he competed in the fifth series of the World Superbike championship that was held in Imola on May 13-14.

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