The driver of a neutral service car that crashed into the New Zealand cyclist Jesse Sergent at the Tour of Flanders earlier this week has been identified as a policeman.
Sergent, who was part of a seven-man breakaway, collided with a Shimano car as he turned a corner around the halfway mark of the race.
According to Ciclo21.com, the driver of the car was a police officer, who reportedly cannot remember anything about the incident or what caused him to try and pass the New Zealander in such a narrow place.
The Trek Factory Racing rider was left with a broken collarbone after he was hit by the car and sent crashing into the road.
Another New Zealander also had a heavy crash overnight in Belguim, with Shane Archbold amongst a big crash that decimated the field near the end.
Archbold and a team-mate were taken to hospital for checks.