'Big Bang Theory' actress hurt in car accident

'Big Bang Theory' actress hurt in car accident

Mayim Bialik has told her Twitter fans she will keep all her fingers after a Hollywood car accident.

Los Angeles police spokesman Richard French said the 36-year-old Emmy-nominated actress' left hand and thumb were severely gashed in the accident yesterday.

Bialik's husband typed on her behalf that she was in pain but her hand would remain intact.

Police said another car made a left turn and hit Bialik's vehicle shortly before noon.

The three occupants of the other car received minor injuries.

Mr French says no citations were issued.

Blossom star Bialik has been acting since childhood and stars in 'The Big Bang Theory'.

She was recently nominated for an Emmy for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series.

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