I can confirm that yes, I fell off a. bike, many times, in fact and yes, I banged my head and everything else.
Richard Hammond was reportedly knocked unconscious after crashing a motorbike while he was filming for an episode of The Grand Tour. Sorry. Thanks for enquiries re my slight shunt whilst filming for GT.
His co-star Jeremy Clarkson told The Sun newspaper that Hammond "hurt himself quite badly". "But life goes on (sic)".
Mr Hammond fell off his motorbike and hit his head, and his co-presenter Jeremy Clarkson said he was "hurt quite badly", the Daily Mail reports.
As a result, the star ended up lying unconscious in the road, miles from medical help.
Despite the seriousness of the incident, footage of the crash is expected to feature in the second season of The Grand Tour, due for release later this year.
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I don't judge other people. "He should not have played in the second half but he insisted that he wanted to", he said. Confusion in the Arsenal box before West Brom score the second. "It's not [the end of the world], not any more ".
The crash comes almost 11 years after he nearly died when the jet-powered auto he was driving at almost 300 miles per hour (482 kilometres per hour) experienced tyre failure and crashed, causing Hammond to suffer a "significant brain injury". There was a lot of concern.
But when asked if his friend went to hospital, he replied: "We don't do hospitals". It's very remote there and facilities are basic'.
The source added: "The lads are known for having a laugh on set but Richard's previous accident is fresh in their minds".
They added that Richard is "fine" and "back to jokes and banter" with Clarkson and James May.
Following his 2006 smash, Richard was in a coma for two weeks.