No fractures found at Remco Evenepoel after crash in ravine
Saturday, August 15, 2020 at 7:10 PM
Remco Evenepoel fell hard in the Tour of Lombardy. The Deceuninck-Quick-Step rider was part of a select leading group when he was launched over a wall in the descent of the Muro di Sormano.
The 20-year-old Evenepoel collided with a wall of a bridge when turning a bend. He lay in the ravine for some time. It took a while for rescuers to find the best way to carry him upstairs. Eventually the rescue workers managed to lift him out of the ravine by stretcher. As a precaution, his head was stabilized. He was taken to hospital by ambulance.
Sports director Davide Bramati has told Italian broadcaster RAI that Evenepoel is indeed conscious. The first diagnosis is an injury to the right leg.
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Update 19.10 – No fractures found at Evenepoel
Remco Evenepoel has not broken anything in his crash in the Tour of Lombardy, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport. The Deceuninck-Quick-Step driver was quickly transported to the hospital in Como, where the first checks have already been carried out.
These checks showed that Evenepoel has sustained some bruises. The Belgian would also suffer from his right leg and his sacrum.