U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry breaks leg in bicycle crash in France.

U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, was on Sunday in Geneva flown to a hospital with a broken leg following a bicycle accident in the French Alps. The spokesman at the U.S. mission in Geneva disclosed that the secretary had broken his leg. Kerry’s Spokesman, John Kirby, also confirmed that 71-year-old Kerry was taken by helicopter to Geneva University Hospital, where he was conscious and in stable condition with a leg injury. He said the accident occurred in Scionzier, a town near the border with Switzerland, around 9.40 a.m. Kirby said the secretary was attended to by a physician and paramedics travelling in his motorcade.

U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, was on Sunday in Geneva flown to a hospital with a broken leg following a bicycle accident in the French Alps. The spokesman at the U.S. mission in Geneva disclosed that the secretary had broken his leg. Kerry’s Spokesman, John Kirby, also confirmed that 71-year-old Kerry was taken by helicopter to Geneva University Hospital, where he was conscious and in stable condition with a leg injury. He said the accident occurred in Scionzier, a town near the border with Switzerland, around 9.40 a.m. Kirby said the secretary was attended to by a physician and paramedics travelling in his motorcade.

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