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Schwarzenegger’s son hospitalised


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Los Angeles: Christopher, the youngest son of the estranged couple Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver was injured while boogie boarding.

The 13-year-old suffered a collapsed lung, broken bones and broken ribs but is now recovering in the ICU, reported TMZ online. Shriver was with her son when the incident occurred and has been keeping a vigil over him while he is being treated.

“Christopher has been in ICU since Sunday. Maria has not left his side and is sleeping at hospital,” a source said.

Arnold has also visited Christopher in the hospital. The couple thanked the emergency personnel and medical staff for their assistance in a joint statement released by them.

“On behalf of our entire family, we want to sincerely thank the paramedics and lifeguards who responded so swiftly as well as the doctors, nurses, emergency room and hospital staff who have cared for our son.”

“They have been extraordinary to him and to us. We thank everyone for their thoughts and prayers and ask for respect and privacy for Christopher and our family,” the statement read.

The couple who split after it was revealed that the actor has a 13-year-old love child with their former housekeeper, have three other kids, Katherine, 21, Christina, 19 and Patrick, 17. (PTI)


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