New details emerge in George Michael's car accident
Talk about bad car luck. George Michael is lucky to be alive after his latest vehicular run-i. On Thursday, he was treated for injuries sustained while traveling on the M1 motorway north of London. Authorities did not reveal the details of the crash last week, but a source who claims she spotted the singer and called police shortly after the accident tells The Sun that Michael fell out of the car while it was moving.
"There was a nasty cut on his forehead and the back of his head. There was blood all down his face and on his teeth. He was breathing and conscious but in shock," says Katherine Fox, who was reportedly driving her Mini on the same road when she pulled over to help. "I asked what had gone on and was told he tried to open the car door and shut it again because it wasn't shut properly and apparently fell out at 70 [miles per hour. I was on the phone to the ambulance and said, 'You'd better come quick. This doesn't look good.'" Police are investigating the incident, which marks car drama No. 8 for Michael, whose previously wrecks have frequently had substance-related implications.