Singer Sean Kingston Involved In Jetski Crash

Miami-born hip-hop singer Sean Kingston was rushed to Ryder Trauma Center on Sunday after he crashed his personal watercraft into a Miami Beach bridge, authorities said.

Sean kingston is not dead, but he sure came close to his death after he crashed his jet-ski, with a female companion, in the Miami Causeway late Sunday afternoon.  More details are emerging about Sean’s accident, first it being reported that alcohol was not involved at all.  A report rreleased by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission states, “Anderson (Sean Kingston) was operating a PWC with a female passenger westbound along McArthur Cswy towards the Palm Ave bridge. Anderson struck the bridge and was transported to Ryder Trauma Center in critical condition.”  The other passenger, a 23-year-old female, was listed as being “uninjured.”  Also, the man who potentially saved his life has given us a recount of what the crash scene looked like when he arrived.  TMZ caught up with Jonathan Rivera, who was a member of the Coast Guard:

“The guy who heroically jumped into the water to save Sean Kingston says the singer was spitting up blood after his jet ski accident last night — but that Sean was responsive and even spoke during the rescue.

Jonathan Rivera, a member of the Coast Guard, says he was driving his boat around Star Island on his day off … when he was called over to the accident scene by a man and a woman on a jet ski. Rivera says he noticed an empty jet ski, a woman in the water floating (she was wearing a vest and complaining her head hurt) and Kingston.

Story developing…


Posted on May 31, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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