The organisers of the Dakar Rally have released an update regarding the condition of the spectators hurt in a crash in Saturday's Prologue stage.

By: Valentin Khorounzhiy, Editorial Assistant; Additional reporting by Luis Ramirez

The organisers of the Dakar Rally have released an update regarding the condition of the spectators hurt in a crash in Saturday's Prologue stage.

11 spectators were reported as injured after rally newcomer Guo Meiling lost control of her #360 Mini after landing a jump and veered off-course.

The newest update from the organisers lists one of the onlookers as being in serious condition as he got worse overnight and was transferred to a hospital in Pergamino near Arrecifes.

The father and his 10-year-old son, who were previously reported as gravely injured, are both in stable condition in Hospital de Pilar.

Another spectator, who suffered a fractured femur, has been moved to Hospital Alleman in Buenos Aires. The rest of those injured have been discharged.

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