SHINee's Jonghyun In Car Accident, Currently Undergoing Medical Examination

By Staff Writer | April 01, 2013 01:35 AM EDT

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SHINee's Jonghyun has gotten into a car accident after hitting a roadside guardrail. His manager at SM Entertainment released a message through the news site Segye.com. "Jonghyun has been in a car accident early this morning," he announced, "He was paying a visit to his home and was driving back to his lodgings when he hit a guardrail on Donghodaegyo Bridge." 

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A representative further stated, "Although Jonghyun hasn't been severely injured, parts of his nose have been hurt. He is receiving treatment in the emergency room of a general hospital in Gangnam."

These days, SHINee has been extremely active working on their comeback album, 'Dream Girl. Regarding SHINee's activities hereon out, the representative added, "Jonghyun is still in the hospital being checked for injuries. After we know what the results of the examination are, we will plan for SHINee's future schedule."

 

 

Tagged :  SHINee, Jonghyun, Dream Girl, Comeback Teaser Photo, Gangnam, hospitalization, car accident, SM Entertainment

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