Madonna injured in fall from startled horse in NY

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April 19, 2009 07:48

 
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Madonna took a tumble while horseback riding in the Hamptons on Saturday when her mount was startled by photographers, and she suffered "minor injuries" and bruises, a spokeswoman said. Paparazzi had "jumped out of the bushes" to photograph her, spokeswoman Liz Rosenberg said. It's at least the second fall from a horse in four years for Madonna, who recently turned 50. The singer was treated at a Southampton hospital and was released, said Rosenberg, who wouldn't disclose more details on her condition.

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