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Kendra Wilkinson Hospital Visit: Car Crash Sees Reality TV Star Rushed to Hospital (VIDEO)

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By Daniel Blake , Christian Post Contributor
April 22, 2013|8:04 am
  • Kenda Wilkinson
    (Photo: Reuters/Lucas Jackson)
    Television personality Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett arrives for the premiere of the film "The Bounty Hunter" in New York March 16, 2010.

Kendra Wilkinson was taken to hospital on Sunday following a car accident in Los Angeles, according to reports.

The "Splash" and "Girls Next Door" star was hospitalized to get a thorough check up following the incident, but according to reports, she was only in the hospital for a short while, indicating that there was no serious injury.

Shortly after arriving at the Providence Tarzana Medical Center in California she was released and was able to return home. According to Us Weekly Wilkinson was left "in shock" and also "really sore" following the car accident.

Fans had been checking Wilkinson's social media pages for any updates on her situation but the celebrity remained quiet on her Twitter pages in the immediate aftermath of the accident.

Just earlier this month, Wilkinson surprised many people when she suddenly refused to perform her routine on "Splash."

Her refusal left her partner, Rory Bushfield, stranded and slightly embarrassed. In the aftermath of that incident she apologized for her refusal to participate.

"I'm so sorry, everybody," Wilkinson said. "This is the first time in my life I've quit something. This will haunt me for the rest of my life."

Wilkinson had made no secret that she was afraid of heights but had managed to keep it together until that show.

"I just heard that 'I love you' from my son before I went in. It was the most powerful moment in my life," she previously told the Huffington Post about overcoming her fear for her first dive.

She was deemed safe during that competition and continued on.

"It's not only high up but it takes full body control to get your body to do the twists and all that. Also, if you hit the water wrong, you could really get hurt, so it's a lot different than swimming," Wilkinson told the Examiner about her fear.


 

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