Duncan Harvey, an Australian bobsled pusher, crashed during an Olympics training session Wednesday night. He has been hospitalized as a precaution, according to the AP.
Harvey "was conscious and walked off the track under his own power Wednesday night before being taken to hospital," sources tell the AP.
The crash occurred just five days after Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili was killed during a training run hours before the Olympics officially began. (Warning: first link contains extremely upsetting images.) Harvey crashed on the same track, one of at least seven that occurred Wednesday.
UPDATE: Harvey has been cleared to resume training Thursday.