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George Michael Injured in ANOTHER Car Accident

After all of the vehicular troubles George Michael has faced, he still does not stay away from the road. In his latest run-in with car fate, Michael was flown to the hospital with what his spokesman says were “superficial cuts and bruises.”

However, according to BBC, an ambulance spokesperson said he suffered “a head injury and following treatment, stabilization and immobilization by land and an ambulance crews he was flown to hospital for further care.”

The one-vehicle crash occurred yesterday on the M1 motorway in the U.K. Michael, 49, whose driving privileges are revoked, was riding as a passenger in a Range Rover.

In a previous car-related adventure in 2010, Michael enjoyed his ride while driving under the influence of marijuana. For this, he got an eight-week sentence, was fined 1,250 euros and was given a five-year driving ban after crashing his Range Rover into a branch of the Snappy Snap photography store.

Snappy Snap Crash- George Michael

This came after the 2006 crash he was involved in that resulted in a two-year driving ban and 100 hours of community service, after he was found collapsed in his Mercedes.

Above, the walk of shame for George Michael after he was sentenced to jail in 2010.

George Michael

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