The hospital had previously said hayden had suffered serious brain damage in the accident.
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Former MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden has died five days after the American was hit by a car while cycling in eastern Italy, his Honda World Superbike team said in a statement Monday.The last medical bulletin from the hospital, dated May 20, said Hayden remained in a critical condition.Hayden last raced in the MotoGP championship in Spain in September 2016 as a stand-in for injured Australian Jack Miller at the privately run Marc VDS Honda team. Italian newspapers reported Monday that investigators had found video of the accident from a camera on a house overlooking the road.They said the images suggested Hayden had failed to stop at an intersection and was hit full on by the passing car.
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