Champion sprinter Usain Bolt not seriously hurt in car crash in Jamaica

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KINGSTON, Jamaica - Olympic champion sprinter Usain Bolt crashed his car but was not seriously injured Wednesday.
Bolt and an unidentified female passenger were taken to a hospital in Spanish Town but neither was seriously hurt, according to police Sgt. David Sheriff.
Bolt was apparently driving on a rain-slicked highway when he lost control of the BMW M3 and it went off the road, said Sheriff, the first officer to arrive at the scene in St. Catherine parish. He said the car was heavily damaged.
The 22-year-old sprinter won the 100 and 200 metres at the Beijing Olympics and was part of the Jamaica team that won the 4x100 relay. All three gold medals were earned in world-record times.

Organizations: Beijing Olympics

Geographic location: Jamaica, KINGSTON, Spanish Town

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