They are only waiting on a room to become available so that Chenoweth can be officially admitted (Exclusive Picture)
By DiMarkco Chandler
Kristin Chenoweth, best known on Broadway for her performance as Sally Brown in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, was struck by a piece of lighting equipment (scaffolding) while on the Brooklyn set of “The Good Wife.” The Tony Award actress “immediately fell to the ground… [smacking] her head on the concrete” a source told TMZ.
The 43-year-old actress was rushed to Manhattan’s Bellevue Hospital in an FDNY ambulance after the received a 911 call informing them of the accident.
TMZ has further reported that “a big gust of wind blew the lighting off the scaffolding.” And that Chenoweth was hit in the head and “knocked out cold.”
The New York City Fire Department spokesman stated that the bruised Chenoweth suffered minor injuries.
Up until now, it appeared that no other information was available; however, The Guardian Express was able to speak with Ava, an employee of the hospital who works in the admitting office. She has confirmed with us that Chenoweth will be admitted. Ava told the Guardian Express that Chenoweth is waiting in the Emergency Room until the Hospital can get a room available for her.
Chenoweth has a recurring role on “The Good Wife,” now its fourth season.