At the start of tonight’s Supercross Main event at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, there was a crash on the first lap of the main event involving Trey Canard and Ryan Morais. Supercross.com has heard and talked to a lot of people to determine the status of both riders.
As the night has progressed, we have heard more. Ryan has a concussion and a broken jaw, and that Trey fractured his back in the T-10/T-12 area, and will have surgery ASAP.
Right now this information is preliminary and we’ll keep you updated with news as soon as it becomes available and official.
Then Sunday morning, here is official information from American Honda regarding Trey’s status:
If you haven’t already heard, at last night’s Los Angeles Supercross, Trey Canard and Ryan Morais were involved in a serious crash during the first lap of the 450 main event. Below is an update on Trey’s condition courtesy of American Honda. We wish Trey the best of luck and a speedy recovery.
Team Honda Muscle Milk rider Trey Canard was involved in a crash on the opening lap of last night’s Supercross event at Dodger Stadium. Canard injured his back in the incident, and an MRI this morning showed fractures the doctors are evaluating. Canard has 100-percent feeling in his legs, and is currently (Sunday) awaiting the decision by his doctors as to whether or not his injury requires surgery.
American Honda will release additional news on Canard’s condition as it becomes available.