Two bicycle lovers were wounded in Bílá in Beskydy in the morning. The 47-year-old man fell over the steering wheel in the accident and wounded his head. For some time he was unconscious, later the rescuers announced. The second was a 52-year-old who dropped his bike at a high speed as he drove down the hill. The accident has suffered moderate injury in the area of the thorax, "said Ladislav Lang, spokesperson of the Emergency Medical Aid Department of the Moravian-Silesian Region.
He added that both men were transported by air to the Emergency Department of the Ostrava Hospital.
Another wounded was also a 42-year-old biker at Bila, who complained of abdominal pain after falling with a wheel of about one and a half feet. He was taken to a hospital in Frýdek-Místek to avoid internal injuries. A 45-year-old woman who collided with the car in Frýdlant and Ostravić also ended at a local surgical clinic. During the collision he injured his legs, and the rescuers suspected the brain paralysis.
About 15 am, the rescuers went to Vratimov for a fifty-year-old woman. "When he fell on a bicycle, he was injured, with suspicion of a brain tumor being transferred to the emergency hospital at the Ostrava City Hospital," Lang said, adding that the other woman was a woman. "A fifty-year-old biker fell on a bicycle trail between Paskovo I returned, complaining of the pain in the upper and lower limbs, and after the treatment was delivered to the emergency hospital in Frýdek-Místek, "he added.
After a collision with the pedestrians, a forty-seven-year-old biker in Deštné in the Opatija region was injured, and for some time, a man of sixty-two years injured a bouncing face in Nošovica in Frýdek-Místek. The face and arm in the afternoon were injured in Skribi in Opava, also a seventy-five-year-old biker.
Without a serious injury he also managed to fall off a bicycle with a thirty-five-year-old man in Ostrava, who had "only" a short disturbance of consciousness. The same was true for a 47-year-old man who had been treated with an early life-span. Both cyclists ended up in the Ostrava City Hospital.
The last injured bicycle on Saturday was for the Moravian-skilful rescuer, a thirty-nine-year-old man at Bystřice in Frýdek-Místek, who was found about half an hour before midnight in the dirt near the road with head injuries and facial injuries. "He communicated with the rescuers and was transferred to the surgeon's surgeon with suspected brain paralysis at Trinec Hospital," concluded Lang.