Helen Hunt Is Rushed To Hospital After Car Rolls Over In Accident

Brenda Watkins
October 18, 2019

The Oscar victor was taken to the hospital after the vehicle she was riding in was struck by another driver in the Mid-City area of Los Angeles, according to multiple reports.

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 vehicle making the SUV flip to its side. We're told she was transported in stable condition. The actress was examined by staff at the hospital before being released later on Tuesday night. The SUV continued and skid through the intersection before flipping over onto the driver's side.

Hunt is best known for her role as Jamie Stemple Buchman in the NBC sitcom Mad About You.

Video of the collision obtained by TMZ appears to show the SUV flipping on its side after being hit by another auto attempting to cross an intersection. Hunt was a passenger riding in the vehicle in the time and riding in the backseat of the auto.

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Throughout an introduction to The Late Show in 1994, Helen explained how many people say her that she seems like Jodie Foster because she is also 56 years old.

She is also an Oscar victor and four-time Emmy victor.

Hunt is now filming a reboot of "Mad About You". She stars opposite her friend and former co-star, Paul Reiser. She won three Golden Globe Awards and also won four Emmys. "I'm not prepared for it!" she recently shared with People magazine. We hope Helen recovers soon from this heinous incident and is back on her feet. She and Paul Reiser will reprise their roles in 12 episodes; the first six premiere November 20, followed by six more on December 18.

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