15 Apr '11, 8am

CoCo Lee involved in traffic accident

LOS ANGELES: Taiwan singer CoCo Lee was involved in a traffic accident on Tuesday in Los Angeles. Lee and her sister were in a taxi when a reckless driver rammed into their vehicle. "That driver turned left at a junction without any traffic lights. She only looked right and did not look left at all so she didn't see us, really reckless," said Lee, recounting the details of the accident on her micro-blog on Thursday. "At the time, when I saw the whole event unfold before me, I knew I was in trouble and prayed that the driver would stop but she didn’t and rammed straight into us." Lee, who will wed Canadian businessman Bruce Philip Rockowitz in October later this year, managed to emerge from this mishap unscathed. However, her sister had to be sent to hospital after the impact of the collision caused her to hit her head against the taxi’s windscreen. "The police and the ambu...

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