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Kristin Chenoweth was hurt by a piece of equipment while on set of The Good Wife Wednesday in NYC and was taken to the hospital by ambulance for treatment.
The actress’ representative confirmed to the Associated Press that Chenoweth was hit on the head by scaffolding.
A source tells TMZ that the equipment collapsed because of a large gust of wind. The site also reported that Chenoweth fell immediately to the ground and suffered head impact on concrete.
The AP reports that the 43-year-old Chenoweth won a Tony Award for her role in Broadway's You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown and an Emmy Award for her work on Pushing Daisies. She has a recurring role on The Good Wife in the upcoming season.
Chenoweth is no stranger to injuries or accidents on set. While rehearsing Broadway’s Wicked, she injured her neck. Years after that, Chenoweth fell from an elevated section of a stage in rehearsal for The Apple Tree. Just last year, Chenoweth fell down some stairs on the Glee set.
Hopefully, this injury-prone powerhouse of an actress and singer suffers no more injuries in the future.