George Clooney reportedly injured in vehicle accident in Sardinia

George Clooney car accident injured Sardinia Italy later news update Amal

GETTYGeorge Clooney has reportedly been involved in a car accident in Sardinia

Mr Clooney was driving from his rented villa in Punta Aldia to Capo Ceraso, on the Sardinian coast, where he is filming a TV series based on the Second World War novel Catch-22.

Hollywood star George Clooney has been injured in a road incident in Sardinia, Italy, local media report.

Local daily La Nuova Sardegna said Clooney, 57, had been headed to a film set on Tuesday when his motorbike was hit by a auto.

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The newspaper tweeted a photo apparently from the scene, showing a lightly smashed up motorbike and auto, with a caption suggesting the vehicle had been turning and Clooney had made contact with its windscreen.

Clooney was transported to the John Paul II Hospital emergency room, but his injuries were not serious, La Stampa reported.

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

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Police are said to be investigating the accident.

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