Darby out of Junior Motocross Worlds

By |2018-07-10T21:04:57+00:00July 10th, 2018|Categories: MX SX AX NEWS|Tags: , |

AUSTRALIA. Instead of heading to Horsham this weekend for the Australian Junior Motocross Team selection, New South Welshman Tyler Darby is laid up in St George Hospital (Eastern Sydney).

After claiming the Bronte Holland Memorial 125cc Class at the MX Amateurs held at Horsham earlier this year, Darby was a good chance to wear the Green and Gold at the Horsham Junior Worlds in August, however, on the weekend (8th July), a massive crash in Practice at a Motocross meeting for Darby has left the teenager worse for wear.

“Results are very bad Tyler has broken the ball part of his hip off half is in the socket the other half has snapped off fracture in his pelvis he has a fracture in C2 of his neck but a neck brace will hopefully fix that and badly injured left eye that will also need surgery lacerated lung he has been moved to St George Hospital to that can treat all of his injuries it’s not been a good day for him.” Stated Monique Darby on Social Media.

Tyler has had surgery to repair injuries and is currently in ICU (intensive care unit) at St George Hospital, with a long recovery road set, his eye is a concern a the moment and a painstaking two-week wait to see what Tylers Body does, heal or reject his rebuilt eye. Being in the ICU only family is allowed to visit Tyler, as motocross is a big family, friends will have to wait until Tyler is mover out of ICU to visit.

KAJX.NET would like to wish Tyler best of luck for his recovery.

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