Former 'Top Gear' presenter Hammond in hospital after crash

Hammond, 47, was driving an electric games auto amid shooting for "The Excellent Visit" when the crash happened, the representative for the show said.

"Richard was cognizant and talking, and moved out of the auto himself before the vehicle blasted into flares," a representative for, "The Terrific Visit, " said in an announcement.

"He was flown via air emergency vehicle to healing center in St Gallen to be examined, uncovering a crack to his knee," it said. "The reason for the crash is obscure and is being researched."

Hammond was included in a considerably more genuine crash over 10 years back while shooting for his old show "Beat Outfit".

He endured genuine cerebrum wounds and was I the clinic for five weeks after a Vampire speedster he was driving blasted a tire and left the course at 463 kilometers for every hour at Elvington runway, close to the English city of York, in September 2006.

Hammond recouped and come back to broadcasting and to "Top Apparatus", which circulated in more than 200 nations and was viewed by 350 million watchers around the world.

He cleared out the BBC appear alongside associates Jeremy Clarkson and James May when Clarkson was terminated in 2015 for physically assaulting an individual from the generation group.

"The Great Visit", an Amazon arrangement, reunites the old "Top Apparatus" group. Saturday's mischance happened amid the taping of its second arrangement.

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