Richard Hammond has reportedly been badly hurt in a motorcycle incident while filming The Grand Tour.
The TV presenter was filming scenes for the second series of the popular Amazon show when, according to The Sun, he fell off a motorcycle and sustained further injuries to his head.
Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson and James May flew to Mozambique a fortnight ago and it's believed this is where the accident took place.
It's thought Hammond was knocked out after falling from the motorcycle and hitting his head, although he is now said to be "fine".
This would of course be his second serious injury while filming a TV stunt, and comes 11 years after he crashed a jet-powered car at 288mph on BBC Two's Top Gear – an incident which left him in a coma for two weeks.
The vehicle's right tyre blew and Hammond had to be airlifted to hospital in Leeds in a serious condition in 2006.
Details about the new episodes remain thin on the ground, although the team has been filming in Africa over recent weeks and will also be heading to Georgia. It's not yet known whether Richard's injuries have delayed production.
Via: Digital Spy