George Clooney "smashed in to a windscreen" when his scooter collided with a auto in Sardinia.
The photo showed the car's windscreen smashed.
George Clooney was reportedly involved in a motorbike accident on an Italian island Tuesday.
The accident took place near the beach resort of Costa Corallina, local Tgr Rai Sardegna channel wrote on Twitter.
Mom is only survivor of car crash that killed husband, 4 daughters
In one big sweep", said Audie's brother Danny Trinidad. "So far, we're holding up, you know, we're holding up as best as we can". Police said the father and the girls were pronounced dead at the scene; the daughters were not wearing seatbelts.
La Nuova reported he was found to have a slight trauma to the pelvis and bruises to one leg and arm, but his condition was not serious. La Nuova also reports that George's wife, Amal Clooney, rushed to be by his side when she heard news of his hospitalization.
The American is on location in Sardinia to film a new mini-series "Catch 22".
The story, set in Italy during World War 2, focuses on Christopher Abbott's character of Yossarian, a US Air Force bombardier who is furious because the bureaucratic rule known as Catch-22. The series is being produced for Hulu. Calls and emails to Clooney's spokesman weren't immediately returned. Clooney fell off the scooter and slammed into the windshield of the Mercedes.
Sardinia is a large Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea and is over 500 miles from Clooney's villa in Lake Como.
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