Sean Kingston Expected to Recover, In ‘Critical But Stable Condition’

Posted June 2, 2011 by J Matthew Cobb in News

According to doctors, Sean Kingston is expected to heal, health condition remains ‘critical, but stable’

After a scary skicraft accident this past Memorial Day weekend, doctors have announced that hip-hop/pop singer Sean Kingston will fully recover from injuries, expecting the process to last for over six weeks. He remains in “critical, but stable condition” but doctors are optimistic for his recovery.

“According to Kingston’s rep the “Beautiful Girls” crooner will make a full recovery within the next six weeks. The reports of Sean’s upbeat condition follows the news that the injured passenger who rode on the back of the jet ski has no intentions to persue charges against her friend. “I know this whole thing was just an accident,” Cassandra Sanchez told TMZ. “I won’t be pressing any type of charges or hiring a lawyer. Sean is a good guy.” While Sanchez was discharged, Kingston remains in stable condition in a Miami hospital recovering from a broken jaw, a fractured wrist and water in his lungs.” – MTV [source]

Kingston, 21, and riding passenger, Cassandra Sanchez, were both involved in a crash, convlusing at a bridge intersecting Miami’s Palm Island with the MacArthur Causeway. Sanchez’s account of the accident provide horrific details on what actually happened. “[I] yelled ‘We can’t fit under there! Are we going to try and go under there? Sean stop!,’ she says. “To no avail, [Sean] lost control of the jet ski and slammed into the bridge. He was coughing up blood, foam and pink stuff…and when he finally opened his eyes, he kept repeating the words, ‘I’m hurting. I’m hurting.'”

Reports claim the singer was driving “really fast” when the accident occured. Sanchez, who is described as a “longtime friend” of Kingston’s, says she told Kingston to stop heading towards the bridge but that he “lost control” while trying to avoid it at the last minute. His family issued a statement on Monday thanking fans for their prayers and support.

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