George Clooney was injured after being hit by a motorcycle accident in Sardinia, Italy.
The driver of the car involved in George Clooney’s motorcycle accident in Italy said that he was moved to another track moments before the crash, because he had the sun in his eyes” that was obscuring his vision.
Antonello Viglino told the Italian news agency ANSA that he had stopped on the road during his morning commute in Sardinia, Italy, and ready to turn left when two motors came rushing towards him, Sky News reported.
CCTV images showed Clooney’s bodyguard, who was driving in front of the actor, and avoided the car. Clooney, the engine slammed into the dark-colored vehicle.
George Clooney all’ospedale: con la sua moto è finito contro un auto che stava svoltando https://t.co/yG2jA4OomJ pic.twitter.com/MqZDD7oKpU
La Nuova Sardegna (@lanuovasardegna) July 10, 2018
Clooney, 57, is flying high above the car in front of the crash down on the pavement on the driver’s side.
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The 67-year-old driver also told the newspaper Corriere della Sera that he moved to another job because he couldn’t see it.
“I have nothing to tell, I had the sun in my eyes,” the driver said.
A rep for Clooney told Fox News the actor was treated and released from an Oblia hospital.
“He restores in his home and will be fine,” the rep said.
Photos published by the Daily Mail, Thursday, show Clooney, his wife Amal and their children on board a private jet. The actor appeared to clutch at the railing for support as he slowly made it up the stairs and into the plane.
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