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2015-09-16 07:37

Cape Town – Milla Jovovich took to her Facebook page on Tuesday to extend prayers to South African stuntwoman Olivia Jackson.

The stunt double for the actress "collided with a camera crane while performing a motorcycle stunt" causing "multiple and severe injuries".

The 39-year-old American actress informed friends and fans about the severity of the accident on social media in a heartfelt message. 

She wrote; "I wasn’t personally there to witness it, but from the reports I got, it was awful. None of us have experienced anything like this in our careers making action films and hope we never do again. It’s a miracle that she survived."

According to Milla, Olivia suffered serious injuries but "she is stable and being carefully monitored by very experienced South African doctors".

Milla goes on to ask her fans to keep Olivia in their prayers; "All of us here have been praying every single day for her and her family and sending our thoughts out hoping some of the positive energy reaches her, because she truly needs it…

"I would really appreciate it if you would take a moment out of your busy days ahead and pray for Olivia’s full recovery too. She needs all the help she can get right now and every bit of the good energy we can send. Thank you, m. (sic)"

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