Actress Kristin Chenoweth has been released from the hospital and is recovering following the injury she sustained while on “The Good Wife” set.
Her publicist stated that the hospital had released Chenoweth and that she was at home recovering. Kristin would like to thank everyone for their well wishes and prayers, the publicist added.
On Wednesday lightning equipment hit Chenoweth on the head.
CBS issued a statement explaining that a lighting silk was blew out of place by a gust of wind and struck actress Kristin Chenoweth while she was filming a scene in Brooklyn for the television show “The Good Wife.” The statement continued, all of us from the show and studio are wishing Kristin a quick recovery.
According to the spokesman for New York City’s Fire Department, Chenoweth had received treatment for minor injuries stemming from the Wednesday afternoon accident.
According to a witness, the actress was completely knocked out after being hit right in the head.
The 43 year old actress has won an Emmy Award for her “Pushing Daisies” work and Tony Award for her Broadway role in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Chenoweth also appeared in Wicked on Broadway from 2003-2004. This upcoming season Chenoweth will appear in “The Good Wife” in a recurring role.
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