Lindsey Vonn airlifted after skiing crash (VIDEO)

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Lindsey Vonn was airlifted to a hospital Tuesday after she crashed on Tuesday. Vonn was airlifted after she crashed during the women’s Super-G at the Alpine Skiing World Championships in Schladming, Austria.

According to the Washington Post, Vonn injured her right knee when she hit a gate after losing control during a jump.

Emergency medical officials treated the 28-year-old four-time World Cup champion on the slope for a little more than ten minutes before she was lifted to a helicopter and flown from the scene, the Associated Press reports.

The Washington Post reports the race was delayed for more than three hours due to foggy conditions.


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