George Clooney's series 'Catch-22' to resume production after star's motorbike accident

Local police are investigating the causes and responsibility of the accident. The two reportedly left together in a private auto after he was given the clear.

Clooney got an MRI to check the extent of his knee injury and his wife, Amal Clooney, rushed to his side. He is "recovering at home and will be fine", his publicist said.

George's reps told Metro.co.uk: 'George Clooney was treated and released from an Olbia hospital.

The accident happened in Sardinia where the United States actor is filming his latest TV series, Catch-22. Cicognani added that Clooney was "not seriously injured".

'George was treated and released from an Olbia hospital. Clooney left the hospital at 10 a.m. local time, after being escorted there by ambulance and receiving medical attention.

In a handout photo from the local police of Olbia, George's damaged motorbike is seen lying on its side on a busy road, in front of the Mercedes vehicle the actor collided with, as traffic builds up behind the crash spot.

The actor George Clooney has reportedly been hospitalised after he was involved in an accident while riding a motorbike in Sardinia. People also reported that the driver did not "respect the right of way" when cutting across Clooney's path, resulting in the accident.

La Nuova reported he was found to have a slight trauma to the pelvis and bruises to one leg and arm, but his condition was not serious.

Clooney owns a home in Lake Como, located in northern Italy, but the accident took place on the island of Sardinia where he's current shooting a Hulu series, Catch-22, based on the famous book by Joseph Heller.

Fans were quick to express their relief that the dad-of-two was doing well after the accident, with one tweeting: "I saw George Clooney trending and nearly had a heart attack".

Last month, George's spouse paid tribute to the star in a heartfelt speech when he was awarded the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award.