Report: SHARON OSBOURNE Rushes to Injured OZZY's Bedside

December 9, 2003

Sharon Osbourne made a 5,000-mile dash across the Atlantic Tuesday (Dec. 9) to be at husband Ozzy's hospital bedside, according to Reuters.

She caught the first flight from Los Angeles to London when she heard the news and arrived at London's Heathrow airport distressed.

"I've not heard how he is since last night," she told reporters. "I haven't managed to speak to him on the phone and I am going straight to hospital to see him."

"I heard about the accident from my husband's security guard. Apparently he was on his quad bike when he hit something and fell and the bike landed on top of him."

Ozzy fractured eight ribs and a vertebra in his neck in an all-terrain vehicle crash on his English country estate, but doctors said Tuesday he was comfortable and stable in a hospital.

Osbourne underwent emergency surgery at the Wexham Park Hospital in southern England overnight after the crash on an all-terrain bike at his estate in Buckinghamshire.

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