Clooney wasn’t the only one hurt by this, said Gina Piccalo in the Los Angeles Times. Palisades Medical Centre is now “struggling to go about its daily work while at the eye of a celebrity news story.” And it’s actually pretty surprising that Clooney has remained so calm about all of this, considering that he’s “known for his lively debates with the media on its treatment of celebrities.”
It’s “pretty big” of Clooney to handle this so well, said the blog CeleBitchy.com. Most people would be “spitting mad and wanting names”—and who could blame them? After all, these were healthcare professionals, they’re supposed to demonstrate “good judgment and ethics.” But Clooney seems to have a “good perspective and understands that he’s pretty lucky that he and his girlfriend walked away from their accident with relatively minor injuries.”
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