Rossi Motocross Crash – There are good news about the health conditions of Valentino Rossi. After the accident, the Doctor had a slight abdominal and thoracic trauma. Now Rossi explained to feel less pain in the chest that the abdomen than last night. The slight injury to the liver and the kidney, causing the pain, not evolved, thankfully, further complications. The pilot will continue to receive treatment to relieve pain in the next 12 hours. During the day, the Italian doctors will do the routine examinations. If the results are positive, today the Doctor could go home. No information on the presence or absence of Rossi on the occasion of the Grand Prix of Italy.
Rossi Motocross Crash, the pilot was conscious
Valentino Rossi’s night was quiet at the Rimini’s hospital, in Italy. The Yamaha rider had an accident during a motocross training on the Cavallara track, in Italy. With Rossi, there were his mom, his brother and the inseparable friend Uccio. The Tavullia’s champion was conscious. But Italian doctors decided to keep it only for reasons of privacy. Immediately after the accident, Rossi had risen and returned to Tavullia, deciding to reach the Rimini hospital by car. The pilot often trains on that circuit even at night and alone.
First Yamaha’s statement
On its Twitter account, Yamaha Racing brand published a note on Rossi’s condition, referring to a “slight chest and abdominal trauma”, explaining that “no fractures were found in any part of the body and no serious pathologies have been detected Traumatic character.”
Rossi Motocross Crash: A group of students sends a message to Vale
A group of students sent a message of good healing to Valentino Rossi. The boys also invited the Italian pilot to take part in a series of “social and non-violence initiatives”. “Good morning Valentino. We leave you this message first of all to wish you a good recovery. Secondly, we want to invite you to participate in social initiatives and against the violence, we will develop in all the middle schools in the province of Rimini. Hold on!”