Third Judicial District Attorney General Berkeley Bell remained in "fair condition" this morning at the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) hospital.
Bell has been hospitalized there since being injured in a June 14 motorcycle crash at a track outside Birmingham.
During a telephone interview from the hospital last week, Bell said he suffered multiple injuries, including a broken arm, broken ribs and a lacerated liver in the Saturday, June 14, motorcycle crash at the Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds, Ala.
"I was 20 minutes away from loading up to come home (when the crash took place)," Bell said last week.
He explained that he has no memory of the crash, other than being loaded into an ambulance after the accident.
"I was about halfway through the first lap of the last training session (of the day)," Bell said. "The next thing I remember is being loaded into an ambulance."
He said he has since been told that his motorcycle had been hit by another motorcycle, causing him to lose control.
An organization called Sportbike Track Time (STT) had the Barber Motorsports Park rented for the weekend of June 14 and 15, according to the motorsports park's Web site.
Bell said he was taking a training course the organization offers in an effort to learn how to ride his motorcycle better, and to experience what it is like to ride on a major competition track such as that at the Barber Motorsports Park.