Published: Fri, October 18, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Helen Hunt hospitalized after auto crash in L.A.

Helen Hunt hospitalized after auto crash in L.A.

The Mad About You actor was hospitalized to cedar Sinai medical center after the accident, which happened in Los Angeles' Mid-City area on the corner of San Vicente and Tremaine Avenue.

TMZ obtained a video of the accident and it shows Helen Hunt's black SUV driving through an intersection when it collided with another bigger black auto making the SUV flip to its side. She left the hospital hours later in the same day. The actress was examined by staff at the hospital before being released later on Tuesday night. The SUV, which was apparently driven by Hunt, was flipped over.

TMZ obtained footage and images from the accident, which saw Hunt's auto clipped on the corner of San Vincente Boulevard and Tremaine Avenue, causing it to roll on its side.

Hunt was the only passenger in the SUV.

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A Los Angeles Police Department spokesman told People that Hunt was one of several who were transported to a local hospital following the incident. She stars opposite her friend and former co-star, Paul Reiser. Fans have used social media to wish the talented Hollywood star a speedy recovery to her undisclosed injuries. The highly anticipated reboot - which also stars beloved actor Paul Reiser - is expected to premiere in the United States on November 20.

"After I pried the door open, I saw three people inside", Thomas told reporter Kevin Frazier. "We loved it. It would be fun to work on something that's really about love", she continued. The series would run from 1992 to 1999 and would earn Hunt 4 Emmy Awards throughout the duration of the show's run. "We'll be older though - I hope people are prepared for that".

Hunt also starred in the 1996 film Twister and the 2000 film What Women Want.

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