July 23, 2018

George Clooney makes first appearance after scary scooter crash

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On Friday, actor George Clooney was seen walking around the set of his new series in Italy. He appeared to be healthy and in good spirits.

The actor gave people a scare on July 10, when he was involved in an accident. He was struck by a car as he rode his motorbike to work according to People.

Last week George Clooney, 57, appeared to be recovering well after his motorbike accident. The accident occurred on the Italian island of Sardinia while he was making his way to work.

On Friday he was seen smiling as he walked around the set of his Hulu limited series Catch-22. The show was filming in Sutri, Italy at the time.

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For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. Clooney strolled around set and shook hands with extras.

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He wore a casual polo shirt with a pair of jeans and lace-up shoes. Despite his accident, the actor appeared to be fine as he was even able to walk unaided.

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A source revealed that filming was “on schedule despite George’s accident.” The change of location apparently indicates that they’ve wrapped up the Sardinia portion of the shoot.

At the beginning of the month, Clooney was rushed to the hospital after his scooter slammed head-on into a car that appeared to turn into his lane. A video of the accident, which was captured by a security camera, showed the star being launched into the air following the crash.

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He landed on the road in a dazed heap. At a local hospital, he was released on the same day with non-life threatening injuries.

However, that didn’t prevent his wife, Amal Clooney, from staying by his side for several days after the accident. Another close source revealed at the time that both his and Amal’s families “were very worried and on the telephone reassuring one another, saying how lucky George was.”

Everyone was aware that he could’ve died. Fortunately, the actor, who had been en route to the Sardinia set, was wearing a helmet.

It was reported that the helmet cracked on impact at the time of the accident.

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