The former OLYMPIC gold medalist in the 400 meter hurdles Kevin Young was on Thursday involved in a bus accident in Swansea.
the American won the OLYMPIC gold in Barcelona in 1992, where he also set the world record at the distance, which still stands today.
Kevin Young was among the passengers in a double-decker bus, Thursday morning drove into a bridge.
According to the BBC a woman in critical condition, and two others have come badly hurt, while the rest of the passengers should be escaped fairly unscathed from the accident.
Kevin Young, who also has a WORLD championship title from 1993 on the CV, tweetede, where he among other things, the right of the big gash he has received in the head.
"Tough day on the road to teaching. Two broken ribs and a head injury," writes Kevin Young on his Twitterprofil.
the American is currently taking a master in "ethics and integrity in sports" at Swansea University, where he was going, when busulykken happened.
The 63-year-old man who drove the bus was initially arrested for dangerous driving, but he has subsequently been released again.Date Of Update: 13 December 2019, 19:00