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Kai Reus was scheduled to fly back to the Netherlands on Sunday, more than two weeks after a serious...
Kai Reus was scheduled to fly back to the Netherlands on Sunday, more than two weeks after a serious crash which saw him placed into an induced coma.
He crashed while training alone in southern France. At the hospital in Grenoble he was diagnosed with three broken ribs, a broken collarbone and a hermorrhage on the left side of the back of his skull. He was placed in an induced coma for a week. Tests have indicated he should have no lasting damage from the accident.
The 22-year-old will be accompanied by his mother on the flight home, and will go into a hospital closer to his home.