The BBC has decided to postpone the next series of "Top Gear" until there is more clarity about Hammond's condition.
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THE BBC is to postpone the new series of Top Gear until presenter
Richard Hammond has recovered from the brain injuries he suffered in a
high-speed crash. The next series had been due to begin on
"We would not think of finalising plans for the next series without
discussing it with everyone involved," the BBC said in a statement...Read Full Story
Gear presenter Richard Hammond is said to be in a general ward at Leed Infirmary
after his massive car crash last week. He condition is said to be improving.
James May, one of the other "Top Gear" hosts, told the Daily Telegraph;
"His eye is a bit bashed in but I was very pleased to hear the doctors
say he hadn't got any damage to the lens or the retina and that his sight will
be OK."Read Full Story
Hammond supporters are raising donations for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. If you'd like to participate, click here.
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Online fans of TV presenter Richard Hammond have raised more than
40,000 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance, the service which airlifted the
star to hospital.
The Top Gear presenter suffered a "significant brain injury" after
crashing a jet-powered car at speeds of up to 300mph during filming for
the show on...Read Full Story
Hammond was moved out of intensive care today. He was injured when
a jet-powered car he was driving crashed during the filming of "Top
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Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond was transferred out of intensive
care on Friday as doctors said he was making "satisfactory progress"
after suffering brain injuries in a high-speed crash.
"This morning he was moved out of intensive care onto a high...Read Full Story
Learn about Richard Hammond. Hammond is an English TV presenter on "Top Gear", along with James May and Jeremy Clarkson. He also writes a weekly column for The Daily Mirror.