Alyssa Milano involved in car accident after uncles possible heart attack

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Alyssa Milano and her uncle were involved in a car accident after he suffered a possible heart attack at the wheel.

The former “Charmed” star was sitting in the passenger seat while her uncle Mitchell was driving on a Los Angeles freeway Tuesday morning when he experienced a medical issue and became unconscious, Entertainment Tonight reported, citing a California Highway Patrol press release.

Milano’s uncle was driving a Ford SUV when he drifted into another lane, hit another vehicle and “started to have an unknown medical issue (possible heart attack),” the report said.

“With the assistance of a Good Samaritan, they were able to bring the Ford to a stop in between the #1 and #2 lane,” the press release added.

Two Los Angeles Police Department units arrived and initiated CPR on Milano’s uncle, who was later transported to the hospital. The report noted that Milano, 48, was picked up by her husband, David Bugliari.

Page Six has reached out to CHP for the press release.

Reps for Milano didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ, which first reported the news of the accident, that the “Hall Pass” actress reached over and used her hand to hit the brakes. When the car stopped, she reportedly gave her uncle CPR until the first responders arrived.

It appears Milano walked away unscathed, as she later tweeted about learning CPR and keeping loved ones safe.

“We should all take every opportunity we have to protect the people we love. Get vaccinated. Wear masks. Lock up your guns. Learn CPR,” she wrote. “Small, common-sense actions. It’s not hard to take care of each other, but it is important.”

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