Helen Hunt rushed to hospital after her SUV flips in terrifying crash in Los Angeles

Helen Hunt, 56, was the only passenger in a black SUV which was turned on its side as a result of a scary collision.


                            Helen Hunt rushed to hospital after her SUV flips in terrifying crash in Los Angeles

56-year-old Helen Hunt was riding in the back of a black SUV when the car met with an accident and was turned onto its side on Tuesday, October 15, in Los Angeles. 

Hunt was the only passenger in the car and was rushed to the  Beverly Hills' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center post the accident, as reported by TMZ. A representative for Hunt shared that she did not suffer from any major injuries as TMZ obtained a picture of her leaving the hospital. While on the scene of the accident, Hunt shared that she was experiencing some pain but was said to be in a stable condition when she was taken to the medical center. In video footage that TMZ revealed, a white sedan was seen colliding with the SUV at an intersection sending the car onto its side. 

There is believed to be no substance abuse involved in the accident and no citations have been issued. The actress's career breakthrough came when she became a star in the 1990s sitcom 'Mad About You'. Hunt secured four Emmys for the original show. She has recently been filming a reboot for the same. The latest version of the show will also feature her old co-star Paul Reiser. 

The rebooted series is all set to premiere on November 20. According to Variety, Hunt spoke about the reboot at the show's PaleyFest Fall Preview just last month and shared, "We wanted it to be the things that it always was, which was funny, No. 1' about something we give a s*** about; and that it had that tension between how beautiful love can be and how hard it can be to love someone. That tension is the show". 

Hunt will also be starring opposite  Eva Green and Charles Dance in a sci-fi film called 'A Patriot' which is written and directed by Dan Pringle. 

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