George Clooney looks in pain after motorbike crash

George Clooney was injured after getting into a motorbike accident in Sardinia Italy

George Clooney looks in pain after motorbike crash

Amal was by his side, helping him walk.

Surveillance video shows that a split second before Clooney crashed, another scooter managed to dodge out of the way of the auto. The video shows Clooney flying through the air.

The three-time Golden Globe victor was rushed to John Paul II hospital emergency room in Olbia.

The Hollywood heartthrob is in Sardinia, an Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea, to film a TV series based on Joseph Heller's novel "Catch-22". Though he had no fractures, there was reportedly trauma to his pelvis, hip, and knee, which should heal in three weeks.

Italian police commander Giovanni Mannoni told CNN that Clooney didn't suffer any serious injuries, including broken bones.

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George Clooney is back on his feet after his motorbike crash - with a little assistance.

Thankfully, a rep for Clooney told ET that while the actor was hospitalized after the incident, he's now on the mend.

The movie star is recovering at his rented home in Sardinia following the crash near Olbia, Italy on Tuesday, after he was briefly hospitalized, and now the plumber behind the wheel of the vehicle has opened up about the drama.

Meanwhile, Gianni Visciano, a witness to the accident, told the paper Clooney was holding his head after the crash and seemed to have trouble moving his legs. Amal recently told Vogue that she met George through a mutual friend at his Lake Como home, saying that the progression of their relationship was "the most natural thing in the world". "Are you going to meet this person?" I'm in shock. It all happened in an instant.

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