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Zsa Zsa Gabor rushed back to hospital, publicist says

A person believed to be Zsa Zsa Gabor has been taken by Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics from the celebrity's Bel-Air estate to a hospital.

Gabor's publicist told CNN that the actress suffered a massive blood clot and needed immediate medical care.

Paramedics responded to the estate in 1000 block of Bel Air Road and transported an unidentified individual from the home at 1:26 p.m. said Brian Humphrey, a Fire Department spokesman.

The actress has already made several trips to the hospital this year with severe medical issues, including blood clots.

-- Richard Winton

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EVERYBODY! STOP WHATEVER YOU'RE DOING! NEWSFLASH!

Our prayers and well wishes from Malibu-bu.

Have all of her half-dozen or so trips to the hospital really been newsworthy, or is the L.A. Times just on some sort of a ghoulish death watch? Appears as though her publicist, along with her freak/former masseur "husband," Prinz von Anhalt (what a con artist), have cried "Wolf" a few too many times.

MMY PRAISES TO YOU , FROM BARBADOS-(THE CARIBBEAN)


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