George Clooney injured in vehicle accident, reports

George Clooney car accident injured Sardinia Italy later news update Amal

GETTYGeorge Clooney has reportedly been involved in a car accident in Sardinia

George Clooney has been hospitalised after crashing his bike in Sardinia, Italy, according to reports.

He was riding in Sardinia this morning, when he collided with a Mercedes.

La Nuova Sardegna says Clooney was knocked off his bike by a auto and sustained minor injuries.

The John Paul II hospital in Olbia said the actor was released on Tuesday. He was taken to hospital with a possible injury to his hip, state news agency Ansa said.

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In pictures from the crash, obtained by the MailOnline, the vehicle involved in the crash appears to have a smashed windscreen, suggesting George may even have hit it during the crash.

Clooney's spokesman, Stan Rosenfield, explained the accident to the media, relaying that, "He's doing fine".

Pictures from George Clooney's motorcycle crash have emerged, showing the dramatic scene in Sardinia. Clooney left the hospital at 10 a.m. local time, after being escorted there by ambulance and receiving medical attention.

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The hospital confirmed to NBC News that Clooney has already been discharged. According to Corriere, Clooney was "hospitalized" after the incident and his condition is "confidential" but not serious.

Clooney is staying on the Italian island while he films a new TV series, "Catch 22", based on the classic 1961 novel by Joseph Heller.

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