Visit de France observer who purportedly ‘needed to get a selfie’ causes gigantic accident

Wout Poels won the 15th stage of the Tour de France on Sunday, but the victory was not without its share of drama, and Jonas Vingegaard continued to wear the yellow jersey.

Around 52 kilometers into the occasion, an observer supposedly grasping a cellphone while out and about coincidentally contacted American rider Sepp Kuss and made him and a few different riders fall.

“There was an observer inclining toward the street, I presume. It just happened out of the blue, and that’s part of the Tour; there are a lot of people there,” Kuss told Cycling News afterward. That would be ideal, but it’s the world’s largest bike race, and many people aren’t sure what’s going on.”

“There was a limiting in a town. We were simply attempting to dial back the peloton (pack) to let the break go, and afterward as an afterthought, tragically, someone needed to get a selfie. I didn’t really anticipate it.”

Vingegaard helped fans to know to remember the riders descending the ways.

The overall leader declared, “I’d like to tell the spectators to enjoy the race and be there to cheer for us without standing on the road or pouring beer on us.” If it’s not too much trouble, simply partake in the race.”

“Added the Cofidis team:” Please take caution. With the goal that the party stays a party for the riders, yet in addition for you. To make amazing memories, you don’t need a cell phone.”

Coordinators additionally requested that fans “focus on the riders” after the occurrence.

The Related Press added to this report.

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