A paparazzo on a motorcycle was injured today when another paparazzo in a Range Rover made an illegal right turn and struck the man as they both were following Britney Spears in Beverly Hills, a police official said. The crash occurred about 5 p.m. on Santa Monica Boulevard near Elm Drive when a paparazzo following Britney Spears collided with another paparazzo on a motorcycle about a mile from the Beverly Hills Four Seasons Hotel, said Beverly Hills police Sgt. Jay Kim. The injured paparazzo was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center with abrasions to his legs and arms, Kim said. His condition was not immediately known, he said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre Britney Spears was not injured and had “no direct involvement” in the collision, Kim said. No arrests were made and no citations were issued in connection with the collision, which Kim said appeared to be “just an accident.” There were no signs of alcohol playing a part in the accident, he said.
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Michael Hussey still cannot believe that he has guided Australia to the Twenty20 World Cup finals with his hurricane knock against Pakistan but he is quite sure that the 24-ball 60 is the best innings of his career so far.Chasing an intimidating 191 for six, Australia were on the rack at 105 for five in the 13th over and needed 70 runs from five overs at one stage.Going into the final over of the innings, the Aussies needed 18 runs to win. But Hussey turned the match on its head with unalloyed pyrotechnics, putting the issue across Pakistan with one ball to spare.”That is probably the best I have ever played. I earlier considered the Ashes Test in Adelaide where I hit the last ball for a six as my best ever cricket innings. But this was the semis and a very crucial match for us. It is the best innings I have ever played,” he said.Hussey said he wasn’t confident that Australia could achieve the target and still can’t believe that his team has actually made the finals, where it will take on England on sunday.”Even I had plenty of doubts on whether we could score the runs. I can’t believe it myself.”Looking back at the incredible knock, Hussey said he took time to get his eye in before he started hitting the ball all over the park.”Initially, I take a few balls to get in. That is what I was trying to do, to get the strike. By the end of the innings I was trying to hit every ball. It happened to go my way. I am very, very happy,” said the beaming middle-order batsman.advertisementAsked about his thoughts going into the last over, Hussey said he just wanted to hit every ball out of the stadium.”I just wanted to try and hit every ball for a shot. If he had bowled yorkers and they were perfect, there wasn’t much you can do about it. But he (Saeed Ajmal) missed his length just by little bit.