Fernando Alonso evolves favorably from the accident he suffered yesterday Thursday while riding a bicycle. The Spanish pilot, hospitalized urgently, had to undergo a maxillofacial intervention to reposition his upper jaw, the area most affected. The medical team has also worked on his teeth, also affected by the blow.
The accident occurred in Lugano, Switzerland, where he resides, just over a month before the Formula 1 season begins, a competition to which Alonso returns after two years of absence.
Immediately, alarms went off by the consequences that the accident could have in his preparation and in his reappearance in F1. At the moment, it is difficult for him to be in the tests in Sakhir (Bahrain) in a month (from March 12 to 14), the previous appointment.
However, Fernando Alonso has been encouraged and grateful in his first message on social networks. The pilot wrote a tweet a day after the accident: “Thank you all for your good wishes. I’m fine and looking forward to 2021 to begin ”. Accompany his comment with several emoticons to be strong and his mythical “Vamoooooos”.
Thanks for all your wishes, I’m ok and looking forward to getting 2021 underway.💪💪💪💪– Fernando Alonso (@alo_oficial) February 12, 2021
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