George Clooney reported hurt in motorcycle crash in Italy

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The US actor is apparently in Italy working on a mini-series, which is based on Joseph Heller's book, Catch 22.

HOLLYWOOD actor George Clooney has reportedly been injured in a vehicle accident where his scooter collided with a pick-up truck.

Sardinian hospital John Paul II says Clooney has already been discharged, according to NBC News.

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The 57-year-old was hit by a auto while riding his scooter on the island of Sardinia, officials confirmed to NBC News. The photo showed the car's windscreen smashed.

He was joined by wife Amal Clooney and it has been reported that the pair left the hospital together in a private vehicle.

The 57-year-old Academy Award victor was traveling on a state road in Costa Corallina, a province of Olbia, when the crash occurred, TGCOM24 reported.

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Police are said to be investigating the accident. Clooney fell off the scooter and slammed into the windshield of the Mercedes.

In April, the legendary thespian announced he was cutting down his acting role in the Hulu production so he could focus on directing.

Clooney has a home on the Italian mainland, on Lake Como.

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