Three members of the Race2Recovery team who are attempting to complete the Dakar Rally for charity have been injured in a head-on collision in Peru.
The three men which including two former soldiers have been flown to a hospital in Lima where they are said to be "stable and conscious".
It's understood that two other people received fatal injuries in the accident.
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