It could be remembered that way back April this year, Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson was reportedly injured in a car crash in Los Angeles, California.
Initial reports have claimed that the former ABC host was hospitalized following the said car crash, but no injuries were previously reported. Sources only claimed that Wilkinson was shocked from the incident. In fact, she was immediately released from the hospital after a complete examination.
However, recent reports are claiming that the said car accident was actually worse than it first appeared.
According to recent news reports, Wilkinson has suffered “minor stroke” during the crash. Media sources claimed that the model / host really did have a stroke through CT scans during the head-on collision incident in Calabasas.
Fortunately, she has since made a full recovery. In addition, the said incident has given her a whole new outlook in life, Wilkinson reportedly claimed in her Twitter account.
Wilkinson’s revelation regarding her minor stroke during the car crash only came to light last Friday during the episode of her TV Show, “Kendra on Top”.
Based on the medical experts’ explanation regarding minor stroke following a car crash, “It is certainly possible to have a minor stroke without knowing it. There are parts of the brain that are involved in functions that aren’t so obvious to us. For instance, the long-term memory part of our brain can be affected by a stroke. It’s not obvious to us right away that something bad has happened until we start testing the memory. “
Moreover, they said that “You could have a stroke and not know it because it hasn’t affected that specific part of the brain. If that part was involved in something subtle, it’s not picked up. You can only see it on a CAT scan. Whether the stroke is related to her accident or not, we don’t know that.”
Meanwhile, a Los Angeles auto accident attorney claims that such incidences along the road or while you are behind the wheel is very unfortunate and could also be catastrophic and could be fatal as well. Keep in mind that an extra diligence can make a great difference, he said.