George Clooney injured in scooter accident in Italy

George Clooney injured in scooter accident in Italy

The 57-year-old was travelling to the set of his new TV show Catch 22 in Costa Corallina when a auto turned and struck him.

The John Paul II hospital in Olbia said Clooney was released Tuesday. The photo showed the car's windscreen smashed.

HuffPost UK has contacted George's representatives for comment.

The Batman and Robin star is staying in Sardinia for the summer with his wife, Amal, and their one year old twins, Ella and Alexander, while he films for TV series, Catch 22. More information is to follow.

The couple had previously been enjoying their European trip alongside George's parents Nina and Nick Clooney, as well as Amal's mother Baria Alamuddin.

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According to authorities, the accident occurred around 8 a.m. local time, when a Mercedes driving on the State Road 125 near Olbia did not respect the right of way and hit the actor.

The stunning abode features two swimming pools, a tennis court and an incredibly colourful landscape.

They met when she attended one of his parties at his Lake Como mansion, and Wednesday in Venice a year later.

His castmates include Hugh Laurie, Austin Stowell ('Whiplash') and Kyle Martin Chandler ('Friday Night Lights').

Clooney, 57, plays US Air Force commander Scheisskopf in the World War Two Channel 4 drama, based on Joseph Heller's classic novel.

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