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Brad Jones | BSB rider undergoes op, set to be brought out of induced coma

MSVR has confirmed that the sedation Brad Jones is currently receiving is set to be reduced to allow him to wake from the medically induced coma

Brad Jones

MSVR has released an official statement to confirm the condition of iForce Lloyd & Jones British Superbike racer Brad Jones.

Jones crashed out of the opening lap of a championship race at Brands Hatch on Saturday. The iForce Lloyd & Jones BMW rider was treated at the trackside before he was airlifted to Kings College Hospital.

The statement reads:

MSVR is able to provide the following update to Brad Jones' condition, following his accident during the Bennetts British Superbike Championship race at Brands Hatch on 24 July.

He remains under the care of the medical team at Kings College Hospital, London.

He recently underwent a successful operation on his pelvis and his chest and pelvic injuries are settling. 

Brad's neurological condition remains the primary focus. He remains under sedation, which is being gradually reduced and awaits further scans. Once these investigations are completed, it is planned to stop sedation and allow him to wake.

Further updates will continue to be provided.

We will provide further updates as they happen.

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