George Clooney reportedly injured after motorbike crash in Sardinia


Local reports say he was on his way to the set when a auto hit the bike he was riding.

Italian paper La Nuova reported that he was rushed to the emergency room at John Paul II Hospital, but he is not believed to be seriously hurt.

The paper also tweeted a photo of his scooter abandoned by the side of the road with a Mercedes estate vehicle just feet away.

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According to the site, George was said to be hit by a vehicle which suddenly changed direction at a spot close to a hotel.

Clooney relocated his family to Sardinia, the second largest Island in the Mediterranean Sea, so he could film TV miniseries Catch 22, according to The Sun.

This is a developing story and will be updated when more information becomes available.

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George has been working hard in the region for his new project Catch 22, with the star directing, producing and starring in the six episode miniseries based on Joseph Heller's seminal novel.

It's not just the Clooneys spending the summer in Italy, George's parents and Amal's mum were also seen arriving on separate flights.

Clooney has a home with his wife, human rights lawyer Amal, on the Italian mainland, on Lake Como. The series is being produced for Hulu.

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