a professional cyclist Fabio Jakobsen is struggling after a Horror fall for his life. On the first anniversary of the death of the Belgian Bjorg Lambrecht Poland has been overshadowed by the tour once again of a serious accident. In the final of the first leg, the Dutchman raced Jakobsen, on Wednesday, at a speed of around 80 kilometers per hour brutal in the shut-off grid. The 23-Year-old was flown unconscious to a hospital, according to the Doctors life is in danger.FAZ.NET completely
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test "It is serious, his life is directly threatened. He has lost a tremendous amount of blood and major injuries sustained,“ said Rennärztin Barbara Jerschina in Polsat Sport. A hospital spokesman said in Sosnowiec, was Jakobsen of orthopaedic and maxillofacial surgery surgical. According to media reports, the two-time Vuelta stage winner the previous year had been intubated in the target area and was in a coma.
In the Sprint for the victory, the Dutchman Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo-Visma) had cleared his country man on the Team Deceuninck-Quick Step shortly before the finish line at the highest pace – both of which were significantly ahead of the Rest of the drivers. Jakobsen crashed right into the Barrier and crashed into a photographer. Groenewegen, also flew from the wheel, crossed the finish line but as the first. The Jumbo professional, however, was disqualified after a short time, and Jakobsen the winner of the race declared – but that was the absolute thing.
Jakobsens French teammate Florian Senechal tweeted a picture of his own blood-soaked gloves and wrote: "I was the First of Fabio has helped to keep his head. If you look at this picture, you can understand what a shock this accident. Stay strong, my friend!“ The Tweet put out Senechal little later.
The images of the accident were terrible enough: Several other drivers were toppled in the final of Katowice, part of the spectacular to the flying grid. In the directly to the train tracks that border the destination space, some of the injured drivers were available, several ambulances stopped at the goal line.
colleagues and Stakeholders expressed in the social media harsh criticism – of Groenewegen as to the organizers. "This was a criminal act of Groenewegen. He belongs in jail, I would go to court,“ tweeted Jakobsens team boss Patrick Lefevere.Date Of Update: 05 August 2020, 16:19