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German GP: TV cameraman hospitalised after Red Bull wheel incident

Mark Webber, Red Bull, German GP 2013, NurburgringA Formula 1 cameraman has been taken to hospital following an accident with Mark Webber's Red Bull in the pitlane during the German Grand Prix.

Paul Allen was hit on the left hand side by a wheel that had flown off Webber's car during a botched pitstop.

Allen was conscious throughout the accident and transferred immediately to the Nurburgring circuit's medical centre.

A statement issued by the FIA said: "He was treated at the circuit medical centre and then transported by helicopter to Koblenz Hospital.

"The Briton has been kept there, under observation. Further information from the hospital will be provided as soon as it becomes available."

Webber recovered from the incident to finish seventh.

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