Ashley Judd Reassures Fans That She Is Okay After Her Accident

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Ashley Judd has reassured fans that she is okay following her accident in Congo, in which she broke some bones in her legs. 

Ashley Judd Reassures Fans That She Is Okay After Her Accident

In a post to her fans on Instagram, she revealed that everything was okay and that there was nothing to worry about: “Dear Friends, Ubuntu. I am because we are. I want to give my deepest and most vulnerable thanks to Sunninghill Hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa, for making split-second decisions upon my arrival. I arrived to them from DRC in terrible shape, and my leg had no pulse.”

It is good to see Ashely in good spirits, and clearly, she is under the best possible care. She will need to be if she is to return to her regular fit and healthy self. By the looks of it, that is what is happening. She said: “What he did was significant, and I am forever in his debt. It must be noted I was being cared for during the Covid B.1.351 strain that is plaguing [the Republic of South Africa]. Sunninghill is world-class and a wonder.

“Thank you to my trauma surgeon, anesthesiologist, head of nursing, hospital management — everyone.” Aside from the consummate medical care that she has received, Ashley has benefitted from having her wider family there, in particular her father, Michael Ciminella. He had travelled to see her personally and also accompanied her back to the US to make sure that she was okay. Naturally, Ashley was grateful.

She continued: “He has been my rock, companion, resource, helped me listen to so many doctors, critical support system, and kind, loving presence as I have wept and wept. Eventually, I was qualified to have the 8-hour surgery to repair the bones, decompress the haemorrhaging nerve and pick the shards of bones out of the nerve. I am now recovering from surgery.

“I’m very thankful to all of the experts, including that expert pictured, my Pop, who is rubbing my foot to remind my foot while it still cannot move that it is connected to my body. Thank you for your care and kind words. Let us always remember those without insurance. Let us remember those who do not have choices. Let us remember those who are lonely and afraid.”

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