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Professional cyclist in horror collision

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A professional cyclist collided with a support car during the Tour of Utah racing competition and the shocking footage was captured on camera.

According to MTN-Qhubeka team medic Dr Jarrad van Zuydam, Irish cyclist Matt Brammeier suffered
fractures to his ribs and pelvis, as well as other internal injuries from the crash, which occurred during stage 6 of the road cycling race.

'Thankfully, Matt has suffered no head, neck or spinal injuries and is currently stable in hospital. His musculoskeletal injuries are significant, however."

Brammeier posted a picture to twitter of himself wearing a neck brace from his hospital bed.

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