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George Clooney Expected He'd Die in Italian Motorcycle Accident at 70 MPH

TMZ.com Wednesday, 22 May 2019 ()
George Clooney waited for the "switch to turn off" when his head smashed into the windshield of a car during that motorbike accident last year in Italy ... and says he knew instantly he had to quit riding. George described the horrific accident…
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News video: George Clooney's production partner vowed to give up bikes as he held actor's head in his arms

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George Clooney’s production partner pledged never to ride a motorcycle again as he held the movie star in his arms after his scary crash in Sardinia last year.

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