Tour de France officials drop case against woman over crash

The organisers of the Tour de France cycling race have dropped their complaint against a woman accused of causing one of the worst crashes in its history by standing in the path of riders while brandishing a cardboard sign, leading to two competitors having to pull out of the competition and injuries to eight others.  

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The Tour de France has withdrawn a lawsuit against a spectator suspected of causing a huge crash by waving a sign in the riders' path on Saturday, reports BBC News.