Max Biaggi is in serious condition after suffering an accident while training in Italy. The 45-year-old Roman rider was practicing with a supermotard ahead of the next International Supermoto Championship to be held at the Circuito Internazionale di Latina, known as Il Sagittario, a race track located in the Lazio region that became sadly famous in 2013 after the death of Doriano Romboni during a race in homage to Marco Simoncelli.
During the training, Max has suffered an incident and has been hit very hard in the chest and back, without losing consciousness at any time.
According to the information provided by the local newspaper ilmattino.it, Biaggi has had to be transferred by helicopter to the hospital San Camillo di Roma where he has entered in serious condition with a thoracic and spinal trauma, although they also point out that he is out of danger .
Since his retirement, Max Biaggi has been constantly practicing Supermotard, a discipline that serves the rider of Rome to stay in shape and not forget the sensations of riding a motorcycle competition.
We are waiting for the hospital San Camillo di Roma to offer a first official medical part to know the state of health of the four times world champion motorcycling.
// UPDATE // Provisional first medical part about Max Biaggi after his accident //
Emanuel Guglielmelli, director of the emergency department of the San Camilo hospital in Rome, has provided a first provisional medical part on the health of Max Biaggi, who has been in serious condition in the hospital of the Italian capital “and has always been conscious” According to Guglielmelli, in statements collected by ilmessaggero.it at the hospital: “He himself has been able to reconstruct how the accident was with the doctors and has been able to explain the pain he felt, including a severe pain in the interscapular zone”, point out the hospital in connection with a possible fracture in one of the shoulder blades of the 45-year-old, who is still undergoing further tests.
“Max Biaggi has multiple fractured ribs [possibly 9] and will spend the next few hours in intensive care,” explains Emanuel Guglielmelli, who already speaks about the recovery times of the Italian rider: “His recovery will be at least a month. The next few hours we will keep you in observation. ”
The four-time world champion is accompanied by his current partner, singer Bianca Atzei, in addition to his ex-wife Eleonora Pedron and the parents of the Italian rider.