PLYMOUTH, Minn. (AP) — Three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond crashed his car in a Minneapolis suburb this week.

A Plymouth police report says LeMond left the road Wednesday morning, hit a fence and shrubs, and then hit an embankment before ending up in the back yard of a home.

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The report says the 51-year-old LeMond went to a hospital with back pain.

According to the report, LeMond may have lost consciousness before the accident.

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LeMond became America’s first Tour de France winner in 1986. He also won the Tour in 1989 and 1990.

A message left for LeMond through a friend was not immediately returned Friday.

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