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Sean Kingston Seriously Injured in Jet Ski Crash

Hip-hop singer's vehicle collided with a bridge in Miami

May 31, 2011 10:35 AM ET
Sean Kingston Seriously Injured in Jet Ski Crash
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Jamaican-American singer Sean Kingston is in stable condition after suffering serious injuries in a jet ski accident in Miami on Sunday evening. Kingston's vehicle crashed into the Palm Avenue Bridge while traveling west from the MacArthur Causeway and Miami Beach Islands. Authorities have said that there is no indication that the singer was under the influence of drugs or alcohol while operating the watercraft.

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Kingston and his female companion were given immediate help by a good Samaritan on the scene before they were rushed to the Jackson Ryder Trauma Center in Miami by rescue workers. The singer was initially reported to be in critical condition, but has since stabilized. According to TMZ, Kingston's passenger was not injured in the crash.

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