Shimmel is listed in “very serious” condition after the car which was reportedly being driven by his 19-year-old-daughter swerved to avoid an accident in their lane, only to roll over and off the freeway.
Two days ago the wheelchair bound Zsa Zsa Gabor took a spill out of her bed, fracturing her hip, now we’ve learned that the 93-year-old actress will be undergoing hip replacement surgery on Monday.
Gabor’s publicist released the following statement about the upcoming procedure:
“I’m worried, it’s a difficult operation. She’s 93 but she’s a fighter and the doctors are among the best in the world.”
The injury occurred in Gabor’s Bel-Air home on Saturday while she was watching an episode of Jeopardy. According to PopEater, she fell when trying to answer a phone call.
Her agent described her as “pretty much bedridden and wheelchair-bound for the last eight years.”
Gabor, 93, according to her publicist John Blanchette, was watching TV in bed on Saturday when she took a fall to the floor. Gabor’s husband Prince Frederic von Anhalt called 911 after hearing his wife’s cries for help. Gabor was partially paralyzed in a car accident back in 2002 and was already confined to a wheelchair.
Gabor is currently staying at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in unknown condition.
Dean McDermott has been released from the Intensive Care Unit. McDermott was rushed to the hospital earlier this week after he was in a motorcycle accident which punctured his lung, causing it too collapse reports PEOPLE.
McDermott is a reality TV star and the husband of Tori Spelling. Spelling tweeted on Friday afternoon that her husband had been moved to a regular hotel room.
Both of the couples children, Stella, 2 and Liam, 3, were able to visit their dad at the hospital.
Tiger Woods got into a car accident on Friday just outside his home in Florida. Apparently, he was not driving fast enough and the airbags of the car did not employ. He is doing fine, suffering only from minor lacerations on his face. That shouldn’t affect his golf skills!