Katey Sagal, star of “Sons of an Anarchy,” was hospitalized after she was struck by a vehicle. After being struck by a car earlier in the week Katey Sagal remains in an inpatient hospital.
According to TMZ and citing sources in the law enforcement community The “Sons of Anarchy” star was hit by a vehicle when he was crossing the street pedestrians on the streets of Los Angeles on Thursday.
A Tesla took a left turn while she was in an intersection, which led to the crash. The car reportedly came to a stop to help Sagal and she was transported to a nearby hospital to be treated for her injuries.
While the incident is being looked into, no citations nor arrests have been issued.
According to TMZ the report states that there were no alcohol or drugs in the mix.
In a statement made to NBC News on Friday, Sagal’s representative Sagal acknowledged the actress’s involvement “Yesterday on the streets of Los Angeles, I was involved with an incident.
The injuries she sustained were managed in an area hospital after she was taken to a hospital.
The girl is healthy and she’ll be going home later today.”
Peggy Bundy on “Married…With Children” and Gemma Teller Morrow on “Sons of Anarchy” are two of the actresses’ most well-known roles.
She also played Leela as Leela in “Futurama” and appeared in “8 Simple Rules” and “Shameless.”
Presently, Sagal may be seen in the upcoming season of “The Conners.” She has hinted at what fans can anticipate from this season just few days before the accident, when she shared her first glimpse of her character as well as Dan (John Goodman) participating of The ABC revival’s wedding episode.
Sagal wears a bridal gown , holding a bouquet in her hands in an Instagram image, while Goodman is stunning in his black dress.
Sagal is a regular character of the sitcom from the first season, during which she appeared as Dan’s high school acquaintance who was recently back in Lanford.
In spite of the fact Sagal has been featured in numerous popular television and film shows throughout her career Sagal was once told that she would never be on TV.
“When my father took me to casting people years ago, they told me I’d never work in television,” Sagal observed. “They told me, ‘You’re not [the]TV type.’ ‘You should travel to New York and just perform on stage.’ ‘F-k them, you’ll never work in television.’ I demonstrated it to them.”