Tour de France winner Greg LeMond's car crash this week in Minnesota has many fans worried. There have not been many details about the accident made available at this point, and the bicyclist has not made statements to the media. The Associated Press via the StarTribune shared the latest available details on Feb. 1.
Reports indicate that LeMond's car crash happened Wednesday in Plymouth, Minn. The police report filed indicates that LeMond's vehicle left the road and crashed into shrubs and a fence, then hit an embankment and eventually stopped in the backyard of a house. LeMond, 51, was experiencing back pain after the accident and was taken to the hospital. The report also indicates that he may have lost consciousness before the accident.
Greg LeMond is a three-time winner of the Tour de France, taking the title in 1986, 1989 and 1990. At this time LeMond is not responding to media inquires regarding the accident. Fans hope that the injuries sustained in Greg LeMond's car crash were minor, and that whatever led to the accident in the first place is not a significant concern.