Britain's Stirling Moss - after a speedy recovery from his recent race injuries - happily waved farewell to nurses at St.
CU Moss talking to reporters, pan down to his legs.
SV Nurses look from balcony.
SV Moss talks to girl patient in push-chair
LV Patients wave from balcony of hospital.
SV Moss on cycle riding out of hospital, pan to BV.
SV Moss walks along road pushing bicycle.
SV Moss riding along road, stops at pedestrian crossing letting people pass, and then rides on.
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Background: Britain's Stirling Moss - after a speedy recovery from his recent race injuries - happily waved farewell to nurses at St. Thomas's Hospital, London July 23 and cycled home to his Mayfair flat. Just before leaving he said goodbye to a ten-year-old little girl patient from Baghdad who had been a constant companion during his 5-week stay in hospital
Moss joked with well-wishers about his bicycle and said he wished he had a tandem "it would be nice having someone else do the work." He was expecting his first race to be in Sweden August 7.
In a 140 mile-per-hour crash while practicing for the Belgian Grand Prix June 18, Moss broke both legs and suffered spinal injuries.