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Passenger in Sean Kingston Jet Ski Crash Won't Press Charges

Cassandra Sanchez was not seriously injured in accident

June 1, 2011 1:25 PM ET
Passenger in Sean Kingston Jet Ski Crash Won't Press Charges
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Sean Kingston's jet ski victim from Sunday's crash won't be pressing charges against the "Beautiful Girls" singer.

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"I know he didn't mean to get either of us hurt," Cassandra Sanchez told TMZ. "I know this whole thing was just an accident. I won't be pressing any type of charges or hiring a lawyer. Sean is a good guy."

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Sanchez, who was not seriously injured in the crash, is a longtime friend of the 21-year-old. "I am going to be visiting him in the hospital at some point soon and hope he has a speedy recovery," she said.

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On Monday, Kingston's rep told Us Weekly he was "stabilized and [had] moved from the trauma unit to ICU." By Wednesday, CNN reported that Kingston was expected to fully recover from his injuries within six weeks. Sources told CNN he suffered a broken jaw, fractured wrist and water in his lungs.

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