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Fallen Slovenian comes off easy

On Friday afternoon, was overshadowed by the departure of Bormio from a serious fall. The number, 35, launched Klemen Kosi drove the Stelvio slope down, lost after 1:50 minutes running time, the balance tipped to the rear and slid about 100 km/h in the nets. There, the Slovenian remained motionless.

Doctors and paramedics to hasten immediately and took care of the Injured. The 27-Year-old was transported by helicopter to a nearby hospital and transferred. According to the Slovenian ski Federation lost Kosi when you fall short of the consciousness, but was quickly responsive.

According to a press release from the race organiser, the Slovenian ratio came out relatively unscathed. Kosi, which debuted in 2012 in the world Cup and so far three times in the Top Ten, is said to have no serious injuries involved.

facial injuries and broken Teeth

He had skin suffered abrasions to the face and a broken nose. In addition, the driver has broken off a Tooth. In the hospital of Sondalo made further medical investigations. The Slovenian ski Association announced on Friday evening that Kosi will be released on Saturday, and home could travel, such as "RTVSLO" reported. In the home, he should be examined also from the doctor of the national team.

The world Cup downhill Dominik Paris won ahead of Christof Innerhofer. Behind the two Italians Beat Feuz managed to make the leap onto the podium. After the fall of Kosi, the race for about a half an hour had to be interrupted.

Gisin caught it much worse

Already, the departure of Val Gardena was overshadowed by a serious accident. 15. December Marc Gisin crashed humps directly in front of the Camel. The Swiss suffered injuries to the lungs, the Ribs and the pelvis. He had to be ventilated due to its multiple rib fractures for an extended period of artificially.

Now, the 30-Year-old is on the mend. Gisin thinks, in spite of the Horror fall at a the end of his career. "Clearly, this Race season is over for me. But I hope that I can start again in March with the skiing," said Engelberger.

Video: Horror crash for Marc Gisin not for the faint of heart: The Swiss has an accident in front of the camel humps hard. (ddu)

Created: 28.12.2018, 17:45 PM

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