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Rossi moved to hospital

The Fiat Yamaha Team has just issued (12:30 CET) the following update on MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi, who broke his right leg in a highside crash during Saturday morning's free practice session for his home grand prix at Mugello:

"Following his crash in practice for the Italian Grand Prix in Mugello this morning, Valentino Rossi has been taken by helicopter to the Careggi Hospital in Florence for a deeper medical examination. After that he will be moved to the CTO (Centro Traumatologico Ortopedico), which is close by.

"The official diagnosis, made by the circuit Medical Centre and the Chief Medical Officer, is that Rossi has suffered a displaced and exposed fracture to the third medium of the right shinbone.

"More information will be released once it is available in due course."



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Salute - Unregistered

June 05, 2010 11:47 AM

now all you stupid fan-boys who said Rossi is over and he needs to retire will see for the first time since he joined how MotoGP looks like without him!!!! Boring!!!!!!!!!!! get well CHAMP MotoGP is half as special without you!!!



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