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Sean Kingston Expected to Recover Within Six Weeks

Hip-hop singer in stable condition at Miami hospital

June 2, 2011 10:40 AM ET
Sean Kingston Expected to Recover Within Six Weeks
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Sean Kingston is expected to make a full recovery within six weeks from injuries sustained in his jet ski crash on Sunday. This is very good news for the hip-hop singer, who arrived at Jackson Ryder Trauma Center in Miami on Sunday night in critical condition with a broken jaw, fractured wrist and water in his lungs. According to CNN's sources, Kingston was still in "critical but stable condition" yesterday at the hospital's intensive care unit.

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Kingston, 21, accidentally hit small bridge in Miami while jet skiing with a female companion, Cassandra Sanchez, on Sunday evening. Sanchez, who was also injured in the crash, has said that she will not press charges against Kingston.

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