Online Journal
Front Page 
 Odd News

Health Last Updated: Mar 15th, 2011 - 14:12:03

Jewel & Unborn Child "Fine" after Scary Car Crash
David Hope
Mar 14, 2011, 06:28

Email This Article
Printer Friendly Page
Jewel and her unborn child are reportedly well and in good condition after a scary car crash over the weekend. The recording artist's publicist says Jewel, who is currently pregnant, is "fine" after a car crash Friday in Stephenville, Texas.

"The singer was taken to the hospital and current medical tests conducted indicate that she and the baby are doing fine," Jewel's representative told TMZ.

The Web site cited unnamed sources at the scene as saying a volunteer fire truck collided into the passenger side of Jewel's car.

No other details were immediately available.

The singer, who is the co-host of Bravo's upcoming reality competition show "Going Platinum," married rodeo star Ty Murray in 2008. They announced in January they are expecting their first child.

Source: UPI

Copyright © 1998-2011 Online Journal
Email Online Journal Editor

Top of Page

Latest Headlines
Radiation Leak & Reactor Container Damage Feared
Ophadell Williams, Driver in Horrific Bus Crash, Faces Federal Investigation
Japan Radiation Levels Continue to Rise Tuesday
Great Lakes Pollution a Risk to Humans & Aquatic Life
Lean Cuisine Frozen Entr´┐Żes Recalled
Fukushima Nuclear Plant Leaks Radiation to U.S. Bases in Japan
Sleep Apnea & Other Disorders Impact 40 Million Americans
Red Cross Rep Describes "Scene From Hell" in Japan
NHL Announces Plans to Reduce Concussions & Improve Player Safety
Meltdown Possibilities Increase as Nuclear Power Situation Worsens
Chernobyl Style Disaster Impossible, But Japanese Face Nuclear Challenges
Jewel & Unborn Child "Fine" after Scary Car Crash
California Tsunami Warning Details
Tsunami Warning Expands to Cover Entire West Coast of U.S.
Philippines Evacuated as Country Braces for Tsunami Waves
Swine Influenza Twice as Deadly This Winter for British
Erin Brockovich Takes on Hinkley's Water Once Again
Zdeno Chara Incident Prompts Criminal Investigation & NHL Sponsorship Crisis
Bipolar Rates Highest in United States of America
Benlysta Earns FDA Approval to Treat Lupus

Home | About Us | Authors | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms Of Use | Top