George Michael was airlifted to a hospital in England on Thursday after suffering a head injury in a single-car accident, according to TMZ.
The singer’s spokesperson told the website Michael was riding in a Range Rover around 5:50 p.m. when it crashed on the M1 motorway.
The cause of the accident wasn’t clear. No other vehicles were reportedly involved and the driver of the SUV wasn’t identified.
A spokesperson for the emergency response crew released a statement saying, “(Michael) sustained a head injury and following treatment, stabilization and immobilization by land and air ambulance crews, he was flown to the hospital for further care.”
Michael’s spokesperson said he only received “superficial cuts” and was doing fine.
Michael has had a history of driving under the influence of various substances. He was banned from driving for two years in 2006 after he was discovered unconscious in his Mercedes in London and subsequently convicted of driving while high on drugs.
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