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Visit Dallas rider loses memory after racing crash

25-year-old Lauren De Crescenzo suffered multiple injuries in a racing crash on April 2

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Denver’s KDVR reports that 25-year-old Lauren De Crescenzo (Visit Dallas – DNA) is suffering from memory loss after a brain injury sustained in a racing crash.

De Crescenzo was competing at the San Dimas Stage Race in California on April 2 when she caught a handlebar in the metal fencing that lined the road near the stage 2 finish. Sustaining multiple injuries in the ensuing crash, she was airlifted to a nearby hospital and then spent nearly two weeks in intensive care.

Stable, but having trouble with her short-term memory, she has since been transferred to a Colorado hospital to continue her recovery.

Read more at KDVR.com.