Carrie Fisher's brother: 'Actress is in stable condition'

Carrie Fisher's brother: 'Actress is in stable condition'

Carrie Fisher's brother: 'Actress is in stable condition'

Fisher, 60, was rushed to the hospital by Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics shortly after noon. She has been taken to UCLA Medical Center and is on a ventilator.

Daily Variety said that Fisher was in England to promote her book, "The Princess Diarist", which the Hollywood trade magazine described as "a memoir of her time shooting the Star Wars films". According to a fellow passenger, she had stopped breathing for "10 minutes or so" during the flight.

Fisher went into cardiac arrest, with TMZ reporting that the passengers aboard the plane were administering CPR, with United Airlines saying its crew reported that the actress was "unresponsive" when they landed. West Coast time, she was said to be in "critical condition". This planet needs you on it! "Sending all our love to @carriefisher".

"Firefighters aggressively provided advanced medical life support and transported the patient to a local area hospital". While Ford was gifted with a copy of the book before it was released, Carrie Fisher has mainly remained tight-lipped as to the details of their affair. "It was Han and Leia during the week, and Carrie and Harrison during the weekend".

Ford and Fisher were reunited on screen in The Force Awakens, last year's seventh record-breaking entry in the Star Wars series.

Two actors who claim to have been seated near Ms. Fisher on the plane confirmed the reports.

She made her acting debut in 1975 in Shampoo, starring alongside household names such as Warren Beatty and Goldie Hawn.

The news must have been devastating for her movie star mother Debbie Reynolds, 84.

Fans, and non-fans of Star Wars like can pray for her swift recovery.

Akana tweeted that she and Gage were not available for further comment.

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