52-year-old American actress, model and philanthropist Ashley Judd was hospitalized after a trip to the African country of Congo, where the artist had an accident – a fracture of one of the limbs.
Details of the incident were made public on Instagram via video interviews. It follows that Ashley broke her leg when she stumbled in the forest on a tree trunk.
The pain was unbearable, and the actress lay in the forest for five hours, howling and screaming – “like a wild animal” – until the star was found and exported to the bosom of civilization.
At the same time, a stretcher was made for her from a hammock, and the star was able to provide medical assistance only 2.5 days after the emergency.
Ashley is currently in a hospital in South Africa – in the intensive care unit. She notes that there is no way to treat such severe injuries in Congo. And this, of course, is terrible. And if Judd, for example, was not a celebrity and did not have health insurance, as a result of such an incident, she could well have lost her leg.
In the comments below the video, fans wish Judd a speedy recovery and admire her activities.
Ashley Siminella (surname at birth) was born in 1968 in California. On screens – since the 90s: “Star Trek: The Next Generation”, “Natural Born Killers”, “Fight”, “Kissing Girls”, “Season Three”, “Twin Peaks”.
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