George Clooney "smashed in to a windscreen" when his scooter collided with a auto in Sardinia.
A photo published on La Nuova Sardegna website shows a black scooter on one side of the road, with a dark blue estate auto facing the other way, at an angle across the central reserve.
Italian media report the accident happened in Sardinia where the United States actor is filming his latest TV series, Catch-22.
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Clooney was travelling towards the set in Costa Corallina when a vehicle suddenly turned and struck him, according to La Nuova.
The John Paul II hospital in Olbia said Clooney was released Tuesday. Local media that had gathered at the hospital said Clooney is believed to have left through a side exit.
Amal, 40, and George, along with their one-year-old twins, are now living in Sardinia for the summer, where he is filming his new TV series, Catch 22. The series is being produced for Hulu.
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Set in Italy during World War II, Catch-22, follows the story of the artful dodger Yossarian, a bombardier for the US Air Force, who is furious because many others he has never met are trying to kill him.
The vehicle driver called an ambulance which took Clooney to the hospital, AGI added. Clooney fell off the scooter and slammed into the windshield of the Mercedes.
They met when she attended one of his parties at his Lake Como mansion, and Wednesday in Venice a year later.
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Italy is an important place for Amal and George.