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SBK, Fractures and thoracic trauma: Camier to miss tomorrow's race

UPDATED - Leon is at Alcaniz hospital, where he has also been diagnosed with a lung contusion

SBK: Fractures and thoracic trauma: Camier to miss tomorrow's race

Following the blow he suffered during the scary incident which took place during race one at Aragon, Leon Camier was first treated by first-aiders at the scene before being transported to the circuit's medical centre.

Doctors there decided to transfer the British rider to the local hospital in Alcaniz, for further medical tests.

The team confirms that Leon will not take part in tomorrow's race, due to his injuries: a thoracic injury but also a fracture of the posterior ribs 9, 10 and 11 on the left side as well as a lung contusion.

Leon wants to inform everyone that, despite his injuries, he is conscious and in good humour, and thanks his fans for their good wishes.

On the grid for tomorrow's race is Camier's team-mate Jake Gagne and the Honda Triple M of PJ Jacobsen.

 

 

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Translated by Heather Watson

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