George Clooney hit by vehicle while riding motorcycle

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The actor and father-of-two was flung meters into the air when he slammed into an oncoming auto.

It appears George Clooney's motorcycle incident was more serious than we thought, as the actor was reportedly thrown 20 feet in the air.

Hollywood star George Clooney was taken to hospital after suffering minor injuries in a collision involving his motorbike and a vehicle, the BBC reports. It shows a blue Mercedes veering into oncoming traffic apparently to turn into a residential compound near Olbia. According to the authorities, Clooney's scooter collided with the auto.

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Local media representatives who gathered at the hospital said the Oscar-winning actor-director left in a van through a side exit.

A spokesman for the actor told the Press Association: "George Clooney was treated and released from an Olbia hospital".

The Oceans Eleven star was riding his bike at Costa Corallina when he collided with a auto.

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I think he was away at an England camp and he had to fly back to see the birth of his child, he got there 10 minutes before - so hopefully I can do the same".

"He is recovering at his home and will be fine". He fell. The vehicle driver called an ambulance. George has been working on his new project Catch 22 (based on the novel by Joseph Heller), with the star directing, producing and starring in the six-episode miniseries. Staff at the home declined to comment.

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

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