Actress Debbie Reynolds rushed to hospital day after daughter dies

By REUTERS
December 29, 2016 01:05

 
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Debbie Reynolds, a leading lady in Hollywood musicals and comedies in the 1950s and 1960s including "Singin' in the Rain," was rushed to a hospital on Wednesday, according to media reports, a day after the death of her daughter, actress Carrie Fisher.

Reynolds, 84, was at her son Todd Fisher's home in Beverly Hills, California, discussing funeral arrangements for Fisher, who died on Tuesday, TMZ reported. Someone in the house called 911 shortly after 1 pm local time.

E! News said Reynolds was transported in fair to serious condition. TMZ reported that she had a possible stroke

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