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    Actress Anne Heche was involved in a fiery car crash in Los Angeles on Friday at about 11am which resulted in her being taken away in an ambulance on a stretcher, suffering from burns. Heche, 53, was driving a blue Mini Cooper in the Mar Vista area of Los Angeles when she careered into the garage of an apartment complex, according to TMZ. Residents from the block tried to help Heche get out of the car but she slammed the car into reverse and sped off. Actress Anne Heche was involved in a fiery car crash in Los Angeles on Friday at about 11am which resulted in her being taken away in an ambulance on a stretcher, suffering from burns Emergency services were quickly on the scene of the crash on Friday morning Heche, 53, is now said to be in critical condition in hospital where she is intubated Heche could be seen, arms flailing, as she was placed into the back of an ambulance It wasn't long before she then crashed for a second time into a nearby home...
    Getty Israel Adesanya Current UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya was taken out on a “stretcher” when he kickboxed Alex Pereira for the second time, the Brazilian said during UFC 276 media day. The two have met twice inside the ring, with Pereira besting Adesanya both times, winning via unanimous decision during their Glory of Heroes 1 match in 2016 and then by third-round KO a year later at Glory of Heroes 7. Since then, “The Last Stylebender” (22-1 MMA) has gone on to rule the UFC’s middleweight division and he’s set to make his fifth title defense against Jared Cannonier on July 2 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Pereira signed with the UFC last year as a 3-1 professional mixed martial artist and he’s earned back-to-back finishes inside the Octagon. He’s scheduled to battle No. 4-ranked middleweight Sean Strickland at UFC 276 and should he win, Pereira will likely be knocking on the door of a title shot. While speaking with the media on Wednesday, Pereira reacted to Adesanya’s recent comments about wanting to “drive” his...
    LEIGH WOOD beat Michael Conlan in an epic fight in Nottingham. But there was concern after the final bell for the Irishman as he was knocked through the ropes and out of the ring in a 12th round KO defeat. 5Leigh Wood beat Michael Conlan in an epic fight - but there was concern after the Irishman fell through the ropes and out of the ringCredit: Getty Medical personnel were straight on the scene as Wood told his fans to calm their celebrations while Conlan was treated. Conlan left the arena floor on a stretcher, although reports suggest he was talking and looking at the crowd as he was taken out. More Follows... 5Michael Conlan (left) and Leigh Wood do battleCredit: Reuters 5Wood suffered a first round knockdown but was able to continueCredit: PA 5The pair were engaged in a thrilling war in NottinghamCredit: Reuters 5Irishman Conlan suffered a nasty cut above his left eyeCredit: Reuters
    BIG E has reportedly suffered a broken neck after being thrown to the ground by WWE rival Ridge Holland. The wrestler was seen being rushed out on stretcher with the serious injury. 1Big E has reportedly suffered a broken neck "I can't thank all of you beautiful people enough for your concern and your messages, it's very heart warming," Big E said on social media shortly after the incident. "I can move all of my digits [fingers], you see that, that's nice. That's always a good thing. Strength feels fine, but unfortunately right now they tell me my neck is broken. I'll be alright, I'll be good, don't worry." Most read in SportRING TRAGEDY Lennox Lewis leads tribute to boxer Hero Tito who died aged 35 after fatal KORON TOP Cristiano Ronaldo 'didn't have much influence at Real Madrid'LEGEND LOST Ex LA Dodgers star Odalis Perez dies aged 44 'after fall from ladder at home'REFFIN' HELL Watch moment referee is KOd during MMA fight after being kicked in head We pay for your stories!Do you have a story for The...
    American skier Nina O'Brien suffered a bad crash during the second run of the women's giant slalom race at the Beijing Winter Olympics on Monday. O'Brien, 24, appeared to collide with the penultimate gate and crashed over the line, lying in a crumpled heap in the finish area. She was treated by at least four medics as the race was temporarily halted before being carried off on a stretcher. American Nina O'Brien suffered a bad crash during the second run of the women's giant slalom O'Brien collided with the penultimate gate and crashed over the line in her second run  The 24-year-old was treated by at least four medics before being carried off on a stretcher Nina O’Briens crash. Eeeeek #Beijing2022WinterOlympics pic.twitter.com/4J1890T2GC— Andy Mullen (@AndrewJMullen) February 7, 2022 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Beijing 2022 has already seen complaints about safety,... Team GB's youngest star Kirsty Muir, 17, soars into... Team GB curling pair Jen Dodds and Bruce Mouat get set to go... Britain's Katie Ormerod misses out on snowboard slopestyle... ...
    Canadian hockey star Blayre Turnbull became an absolute legend Tuesday night. The superstar hockey player hurt her ankle while celebrating the team’s huge victory over the USA to win the IIHF Women’s World Championship gold medal, but she wouldn’t be denied a chance to soak up the moment. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Nothing like a championship win celebration ????????????pic.twitter.com/1PNJcdwLCj — Marie-Philip Poulin stan account (@TeamCanada) September 1, 2021 After she received medical care, the former Wisconsin Badgers star returned to the ice on a stretcher to take in the moment with her teammates. Watch the awesome situation unfold below. Blayre Turnbull got injured in the celebrations, but she made it back out for her gold medal… in a stretcher! ???????? #WomensWorlds pic.twitter.com/JUAZUvGiVp — TSN (@TSN_Sports) September 1, 2021 Even though it’s disappointing the USA didn’t win the game, which featured a ton of former Wisconsin players, it’s awesome to watch Turnbull battle through to still celebrate with her team. She clearly suffered a serious injury. Yet, you only get so...
    Oakland Athletics pitcher Chris Bassitt was struck directly in the face by a line drive traveling at 100mph on Tuesday, but he is 'conscious and aware' after being rushed to the hospital, according to the team.  Bassitt's injury occurred during a game against the Chicago White Sox -  which the A's went on to lose 9-0 - when centerfielder Brian Goodwin knocked a vicious line drive up the middle.  The 100.1mph liner was too fast for Bassitt who was still following through on his pitching motion when he was struck in the face, causing him to immediately keel over on the mound.   Oakland A's pitcher Chris Bassitt is aware and conscious after being hit by a 100mph line drive  Centre fielder Ben Goodwin hit a rasping shot back at him that hit him directly in the face Bassitt immediately keeled over on the ground, with Goodwin going to first base before realising the severity of the situation Bassitt required medical attention for several minutes on the field before going to hospital Chris Bassitt fue golpeado en...
    American BMX rider Connor Fields, 28, was carried off the Olympic course after a major crash in the third semi-final heat today American BMX rider Connor Fields was carried off the Olympic course after a major crash in the third semi-final heat Friday.  The 28-year-old from Texas is the defending champion and became Team USA's first BMX rider to win gold at the 2016 Rio Games.  He was a favorite to win it again in Tokyo and jumped quickly out of the gate and into first.  But about nine seconds into the race, Fields went over his handlebars and fell onto his face, taking two competitors down with him and tearing through his Team USA jersey.  He was run over by other riders while laying motionless on the asphalt, where he was attended to for several minutes before being stretchered into an ambulance. About nine seconds into the race Fields went over his handlebars and fell onto his face, taking two competitors down with him and tearing his Team USA jersey The men’s final was set to go ahead...
    Mark Scheifele hits Jake Evans. David Lipnowski/Getty Images Canadiens forward Jake Evans was knocked out by a vicious hit from Jets center Mark Scheifele. Canadiens players called the hit "dirty" and said they hope the NHL punishes Scheifele. Scheifele faces a maximum suspension of five games. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A scary scene unfolded in Game 1 between the Montreal Canadiens and Winnipeg Jets when Canadiens forward Jake Evans had to be taken off the ice in a stretcher after a brutal hit. The incident occurred with one minute left in the third period when Evans skated to the Jets' empty net for an easy goal. As he rounded the empty net and put the puck in, Jets center Mark Scheifele came barreling in, hitting an unsuspecting Evans, sending him airborne and onto the ice. Evans immediately went motionless on the ice. A referee and Jets forward Nikolaj Ehlers quickly protected Evans as a skirmish between the two teams unfolded. Watch the play below: Evans was taken off the ice in a stretcher. Scheifele was...
    Ref Bert Smith reportedly wasn’t taken to a hospital Tuesday night after collapsing during the Gonzaga/USC game. Early in the blowout win for the Bulldogs, ref Bert Smith collapsed on the court for seemingly no reason at all. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Terrifying situation in the USC-Gonzaga game after referee Burt Smith collapsed on the court. He was alert while being taken off the court on a stretcher. #MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/8aNSq9qodP — Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) March 30, 2021 In the immediate aftermath, Smith was placed on a stretcher and taken off the court as the game resumed. Official Bert Smith was conscious while being taken off on a stretcher after collapsing on the court during USC-Gonzaga. pic.twitter.com/BsX6XCiwCA — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 30, 2021 The good news is that Smith turned out to be fine at the end of the day. According to Pete Thamel, Smith wasn’t taken to the hospital and returned to an “alert and stable” state. Update on official Bert Smith. He’s “alert and stable” and will not be transported...
    Neymar left the pitch in tears as he was stretched against Lyon on Sunday night. It came at a time when Paris Saint-Germain were losing 1-0 to their Liquor 1 rivals, which saw Lily topping the table. Dino Cutware scored the only goal of the night in the first half. But Thomas Toussaint had more problems after a late challenge from Diego Mendes at Neymar. This left the Brazilian in agony, having to stretch him after what appeared to be another serious ankle injury. The challenge saw Mendes sent off, but it had no effect as Leon hung up. Neymar was in severe pain after being stretched for the PSG against Lyon read more Related Articles read more Related Articles Early Suspicions This could be a very serious injury to Neymar, with videos showing his ankle broken. His ankle seems to have twisted in the wrong way as it got stuck in Mendes’ foot. While at PSG, Neymar had a bad luck with injuries, but it could have been much worse. During his time in Paris, the Brazilian international broke...
    Florida basketball’s star player Keyontae Johnson was taken off the court on a stretcher during Saturday’s game against Florida State. Johnson had just finished a dunk with 16:23 remaining in the first half, and Florida State called a timeout. The game then went to a commercial break. When the game returned from commercial, it was clear something wasn’t right, and the broadcast booth then announced that a player was down on the court. Florida players were shown on screen, and they were visibly concerned. The game then took another commercial break. When the game returned, the announcers broke the news of the information they had. “We have a heartbreaking situation here, you see this Florida team in tears. Keyontae Johnson, when they were coming out of that last timeout, simply collapsed on the court. We don’t have any details other than that. They have taken him off of the court and both teams gathering around and trying to gain their wits right now because of the shocking development.” Stretcher apparently coming out for the SEC’s player of the year,...
    Moto GP: During the third free practice session of the GP of Aragón this Saturday morning, Fabio Quartararo fell heavily, before being evacuated on a stretcher. The images are cold in the back. Thrown off by his Yamaha at the entrance to turn 14, Fabio Quartararo was thrown from his car before falling with difficulty on the ground and ending his slide in the gravel, this Saturday morning, while he was having a promising third session of free practice in this GP of Aragón. On the ground for a few seconds, “El Diablo” was finally evacuated from the runway on a stretcher. The young French pilot, who appeared to be suffering from his left shoulder and hip, was immediately taken to the medical center for initial examinations. And the news is rather reassuring. The leader of the world championship, already victim of a fall the day before, had a CT scan which revealed no fractures. Thanks to his best personal time in FP2, Quartararo will thus have the possibility, if of course he is able...
    Moto GP: Three hours after a fall that could have deprived him of the rest of the weekend, Fabio Quartararo managed the feat of taking pole position in the afternoon at the GP of Aragon. The tenth for the Niçois since his arrival in MotoGP. This Fabio Quartararo is definitely incredible! Saturday afternoon, on the Motorland circuit, the Frenchman, again leader of the general classification of the World Championship, won his fourth pole position of the season, the tenth for the Niçois since his arrival in MotoGP. Three hours earlier, however, Quartararo had suffered a violent fall during the third free practice session. A fall such (Franco Morbidelli’s teammate had been evacuated on a stretcher) that a big question mark had hovered for a few moments over the rest of the weekend of the French driver, hit on the left side. Fortunately, the first exam taken by our representative revealed that he did not suffer from any fractures and could therefore line up at the start of qualifying despite the pain. Reassured, the number 20...
    (Photo by Andre Ringuette/Freestyle Photo/Getty Images) Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin suffered an awkward fall during the Stanley Cup qualifier game vs. the Columbus Blue Jackets and had to be removed from the ice on a stretcher. Jake Muzzin stumbled and lost his balance after colliding with a player on the Columbus Blue Jackets and his head met the knee of his opponent and left the Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman prone on the ice. Muzzin laid on the ice for a period of time before a stretcher came out and cautiously and safely took him away for further evaluation. Hockey is a dangerous game with an inherent risk that severe injury can take place at any given moment, but it’s often in innocuous situations such as the one Muzzin found himself in that results in devastating injury and leaving fans breathless awaiting the prognosis. You can watch the clip of the play that left Muzzin injured and resulted in him being stretchered off the ice in the video below. If you don’t want to see the injury, please don’t...
    LONDON (AP) — Don’t worry: Daisy — the St. Bernard who reversed mountain rescue conventions — is fine. The owners of the dog who collapsed while descending England’s tallest mountain says she’s recovering well after a mountain rescue team helped her to safety . Sixteen volunteers from Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team spent nearly five hours rescuing Daisy last week — after the 55 kilogram (121 pound) dog collapsed while descending Scafell Pike. Daisy was displaying signs of pain in her rear legs and was refusing to move, having decided she had had enough. After consulting with a veterinarian’s office, rescuers administered some pain relief and adjusted a stretcher designed for humans to be dog-friendly. Daisy needed a bit of persuasion and a few treats before settling down with her chin resting on the head guard of the stretcher as she was carried down. Rescue workers said it wasn’t all that different from lending a hand to humans in trouble. “I think Daisy probably knows, even though she can’t say it, how grateful she is,’’ owner Su Hall told the BBC....
    (CNN)St. Bernard dogs are the ones that traditionally have come to the rescue of humans. But in a reverse of circumstances, humans rescued a St. Bernard after she collapsed while coming down England's highest mountain.With their great sense of direction and resistance to cold, St. Bernards have been saving people in the mountains since the 18th century, according to the Smithsonian Magazine. They were first bred by monks living in St. Bernard Pass, a dangerous route through the Alps connecting Italy and Switzerland, to help them on rescue missions after heavy snowstorms. Over a span of nearly 200 years, the dogs saved about 2,000 people, according to the magazine. But on Friday evening, it was a 121-pound St. Bernard named Daisy that needed saving from Scafell Pike in North West England after she showed signs of pain in her rear legs and was refusing to move. The rescue operation took a total of five hours and 16 team members of the Wasdale Mountain Rescue Team. Rescuers put Daisy on a stretcher to safely bring her down Scafell Pike. "Daisy's owners...
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