Home » WWE News » Update On Lilian Garcia After Being Struck By A Car In Los Angeles

The official WWE website first reported Saturday morning that SmackDown ring announcer Lilian Garcia was listed as being in stable condition at a Los Angeles, California hospital after being struck by a car on Friday afternoon. The website updated their report this afternoon to state that she is undergoing further testing and that her condition is currently “unknown.” WWE also removed the line of her being expected to make a full recovery.

WWE says Garcia suffered “multiple contusions and lacerations on the left side of her body.” Her neck was stabilized as well.

Garcia’s husband, Chris, spoke to WWE and said that everyone is “praying for her full recovery.”

TMZ.com is also covering the story here, although offered no additional details.

  • Tombstone

    @shelton, Thats ok cause we dont give a shit about you either.

    rob is shelton. LOL

  • shelton

    i don’t give a shit bout her

  • Tashnste

    Get well soon Lillian

  • art

    i hope she isn’t injured to badly & makes a full recovery…

  • tdchristian

    Praying for Lillian’s rapid and complete recovery.

  • rob

    Tombstone is lindsey lohan.

  • Tombstone

    @rob—-What? You think for some reason we needed to read that dumbass comment twice? You are so freaking lame.
    Thoughts and prayers to Lilian and her family.

  • Johnny

    I bet Charlie Haas was driving…

  • rob

    somebody thought she was lindsey lohan..

  • rob

    somebody thought she was lindsey lohan..

  • Will Henderson

    i hope she gets well soon, plus i bet Tony Chimel will sub for her on SmackDown, Main Event and Hell In A Cell this week.

  • mcspunk

    There really is some heartless cunts on here why would you thumbs down a well wisher set of pricks

  • The Suicide Destroyer

    Hopefully there isn’t anything serious wrong and that she makes a speedy recovery.

  • Mark

    Shit I hope shes ok

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