Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has been taken to hospital in New Zealand after injuring himself while on holiday in Fiji.
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A band spokeswoman said Richards had suffered "mild concussion" and was taken to hospital as a precaution.
Media reports in Australia and New Zealand said Richards had hurt his head when he fell from a coconut tree.
The legendary musician is mid-way through a world tour with the famous British band.
The band most recently played in New Zealand and start the European leg of their tour in Barcelona next month.
"Following treatment locally and as a precautionary measure he flew to a hospital accompanied by his wife Patti for observation," the spokeswoman said.
New Zealand's Sunday Star Times reported that Richards was being treated in a hospital in Auckland and that he was conscious, mobile and had not undergone surgery.
The incident happened earlier this week but the 62-year-old rock star was taken to hospital on Saturday.
The spokeswoman said she did not know how the injury happened.