I think that's all from me today. I'm going to try and make sense of all that in the race report, which is already under way.
There will be more reaction in there and as soon as we hear anything about Mark Cavendish's condition we will, of course, report on it.
Don't forget BeSpoke from the Tour de France with the BBC Radio 5 live team. They are live tonight on Facebook and there will also be a podcast to follow and they will discuss today's incidents and update with any info as they get it.
Tomorrow's stage begins at the slightly later time of 12:00 BST and I'll be back then for that. It promises to be a huge day for the general classification riders with the first mountain-top finish of this year's race, where Chris Froome won his first Tour stage in 2012.
Thanks for your company today. Let's go again tomorrow.