OZZY OSBOURNE: Post-Accident Photo Posted Online

ABC TV has posted one of the first photos of Ozzy Osbourne since his near-fatal accident left him in a coma. Check it out here.

Osbourne walked on the grounds of his estate in southern England, with the help of his wife Sharon.

He wore a neck brace and his left arm in a sling.

Ozzy reportedly told the U.K.'s Sunday Mirror that he has given up riding all-terrain vehicles after a crash twice caused him to stop breathing and left him in a coma for eight days.

Osbourne, 55, fractured his collarbone, eight ribs and a neck vertebra when the 600-pound vehicle he was riding flipped and landed on top of him at his estate in Buckinghamshire, southern England, on Dec. 8. He spent a week on a ventilator.

Osbourne checked himself out of the hospital on Christmas Eve and will remain in Britain with his wife, Sharon, until doctors say he is fit enough to fly back to his Los Angeles home.

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