George Clooney is "fine" but recovering after he was hit by a vehicle in Sardinia on Tuesday. A local police officer confirmed to CNN he spoke to Clooney after the accident and the actor said he was "fine".
Clooney, 57, plays US Air Force commander Scheisskopf in the World War Two Channel 4 drama, based on Joseph Heller's classic novel.
Clooney achieved fame for his part in the medical drama ER.
According to the Associated Press, Clooney was released from the John Paul II hospital, according to officials and wife Amal had rushed to her husband's side. The car's driver assisted George after the crash and reportedly called an ambulance, according to NBC. The Oscar victor was reportedly thrown over the top of his motorbike when it was hit by a Mercedes in Olbia on the Italian island. The Money Monster star was going 60 miles per hour and thrown 20 feet in the air, TMZ reports and his rep confirms.
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Friends and family have identified the other three daughters as 17-year-old Danna and 13-year-old twins Allison and Melissa. It follows her husband and their four daughters being involved in a traffic accident which left all family members dead.
George and Amal Clooney just donated $100,000 to help migrant children separated from their parents. He has already been released from the hospital at this time.
La Nuova noted that the star complained of slight pain in his pelvis and bruises to a leg and an arm.
The actor also reportedly underwent an MRI while at the hospital. A photo tweeted by the local news outlet shows a motorcycle beside a slightly damaged Mercedes and a fire extinguisher.