Gordon Ramsay ‘fortunate to be right here’ after US bike crash

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Gordon Ramsay ‘fortunate to be right here’ after US bike crash

Gordon Ramsay has stated he’s fortunate to be alive after a “actually dangerous” biking accident within the US.

The movie star chef stated sporting a helmet saved his life after the collision in Connecticut.

In an Instagram video, he confirmed an enormous purple bruise that appeared to cowl a good portion of his chest and shared pictures of a crushed helmet and torn clothes.

Ramsay, 57, stated: “Hey guys, it’s Gordon. I’d prefer to share an important message with you all. You know the way a lot I really like biking and triathlons and Ironman (races) and so on and this week, sadly, I had a extremely dangerous accident and it actually shook me and truthfully I’m fortunate to be right here.

“These unbelievable trauma surgeons, docs, nurses within the hospitals sorted me this week, they have been superb however truthfully, you’ve received to put on helmets.

“I don’t care how quick the journey is. I don’t care … these helmets price cash, however they’re essential, even with a child’s quick journey, they’ve received to put on a helmet now.

“I’m fortunate to be standing right here. I’m in ache. It’s been a brutal week. And I’m type of getting via it.”

Ramsay’s palms might be seen shaking throughout the quick video, postedon Saturday to his 17 million Instagram followers.

Alongside the publish, he wrote that he was “doing OK and didn’t break any bones or endure any main accidents however I’m a bit bruised up trying like a purple potato”.

He added that he was handled at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital in New London, Connecticut, and the helmet saved his life.

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Ramsay, initially from Johnstone, close to Glasgow in Scotland, has turn into one of many world’s most recognisable cooks after discovering fame on British tv 20 years in the past.

He owns a sequence of eating places within the UK and US and is starring within the newest sequence of US present, Subsequent Degree Chef.


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