Citizen TV actress, Brenda Michelle, was rushed to a hospital in Nairobi County on Thursday, May 13, after being involved in a road accident.
Michelle plays the role of Alma in the drama series Zora, written and produced by Citizen TV’s power couple, Rashid Abdalla and Lulu Hassan.
“Our car was hit when we were about to cross a railway line. It was dark and raining heavily. The train had no lights on. It never hooted too. It just ran into our car and propelled us into a flooded area nearby.
“I felt like a building fell on us. It was a very traumatic experience. Michelle felt most of the impact as she was in the co-driver seats,” Jacky B stated, adding that he escaped with soft tissue injuries.
The couple checked into a nearby hospital for tests, with Jacky B stating that they were not worried because the actress had not complained of any serious injuries.
However, after they were discharged and given prescribed medication, he was forced to rush her back to the facility. Michelle had complained of severe pain, which they suspected could have been caused by internal bleeding.
“Earlier on, a few tests were run on her head and limbs where she was complaining of pain and the doctors said it was tissue and muscle damage.
“However -later on- she started complaining of chest pains, dizziness and nausea. We are back here to run more tests. They suspect that she may have suffered from thoracic trauma,” the artist explained.
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