Medical update on injured de Ferran Motorsports crew member

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER RELEASES CONDITION REPORT ON KEITH JONES Keith Jones, the fueler for de Ferran Motorsports who was injured Saturday in a pit lane fueling incident at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course during the Acura Sports Car...

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER RELEASES CONDITION REPORT ON KEITH JONES

Keith Jones, the fueler for de Ferran Motorsports who was injured Saturday in a pit lane fueling incident at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course during the Acura Sports Car Challenge, was transported by medical helicopter to The Ohio State University Medical Center. As of Saturday evening, he was listed in critical condition in the intensive care unit of the hospital.

Members of the de Ferran Motorsports team, including drivers Gil de Ferran and Simon Pagenaud, joined his family at the hospital.

Part of one of the most comprehensive health science campuses in the country, The Ohio State University Medical Center includes the College of Medicine and its schools of Allied Medical Professions and Biomedical Science, six hospitals, two research institutes, and primary and specialty care facilities throughout central Ohio.

In 2007, U.S. News & World Report recognized seven specialties at OSU Medial Center among "America's Best": cancer care; ear, nose and throat; gynecology; kidney disease; orthopedics; respiratory disorders; and rehabilitation. This is the 15th consecutive year OSU Medial Center has been on the list. In addition, the College of Medicine is ranked 30th, and is 14th among public medical schools in the 2009 edition of "America's Best" graduate schools according to U.S. News.

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Series ALMS
Drivers Gil de Ferran , Simon Pagenaud