Lance Armstrong is being treated for injuries after crashing in a pile-up of 10 to 20 cyclists in Spain, published reports indicate. Armstrong was racing in Spain's Vuelta Castilla y Leon race when the accident occurred.
Armstrong, 37, was taken into an ambulance, Bloomberg reports, "grimac[ing]" as medical personnel treated him. He was transported to the hospital and did not return to the race.
Specifics of Armstrong's injuries have not yet been released. Witnesses, however, say he clutched his arm and was pointing to his collarbone after falling.
Lance Armstrong was using the Vuelta Castilla y Leon event to get ready for his return to the Tour de France. Armstrong hadn't been in the race for three years. It's not yet clear whether today's injuries will affect his plans to make the Tour.