George Clooney reportedly hurt in Italian scooter crash

Sheila Mcguire
July 10, 2018

George Clooney has reportedly been released from an Italian hospital after being involved in a motor accident on Tuesday, July 10.

Clooney is now filming TV drama Catch-22 on the Italian island.

Private media firm Mediaset, citing gossip magazine Chi, said the accident occurred near Costa Corallina, in the province of Olbia. According to the authorities, Clooney's scooter collided with the vehicle.

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The newspaper tweeted a photo apparently from the scene, showing a lightly smashed up motorbike and auto, with a caption suggesting the vehicle had been turning and Clooney had made contact with its windscreen.

It's understood the superstar was taken to the emergency room at John Paul II hospital.

Police told NBC News that the accident happened around 8:15 a.m. local time when a vehicle did not obey the right of way and collided with Clooney at an intersection.

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The hospital confirmed to NBC News that Clooney has already been discharged. According to CNN, the Oscar victor was thrown over the top of his scooter after being hit by a Mercedes while in Olbia on the island of Sardinia.

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