Badminton world number one Kento Momota was injured in a pre-dawn
vehicle collision in Malaysia on Monday, just hours after he secured his
first victory of the season at the Malaysia Masters. The Japanese
shuttler and three others were thought to have been en-route to Kuala
Lumpur international airport when the hired van they were in rammed into
the rear of a 30-tonne truck, according to statements from the police
and local fire department.The driver of the van was killed in the
incident, and his body had to be cut free from the wreckage.
Police and Malaysia’s badminton association (BAM) said that in addition to Momota, the three others involved in the incident were his physiotherapist, his assistant coach and a Badminton World Federation official. The association said in a statement that Momota suffered multiple lacerations to his face and a fractured nose. Read More...
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