Miami Beach Police have released the 911 call when Sean Kingston crashed his jet ski in May.
“Do you see any bleeding, any injuries you that you can see?” asked a 911 operator.
“Yes, yes,” replied an island resident who said she could see the scene from her house. “There’s people injured. There’s a bridge and they didn’t the bridge and they smashed themselves into the bridge.”
Of course the jet skier ended up being Sean Kingston.
“We have the security from our island going to them,” the woman reported as she urged the operator to send water rescue as fast as possible. “He’s walking to them and they are in the water and there’s a boat coming now.”
Sean was lucky to survive the accident and recovered fully. In fact Sean announced that he has a new album coming out called “Back 2 Life”.
A report by the Miami police shows that Sean Kingston is to blame for his jet ski accident in May. As we reported, Kingston crashed his jet ski into a bridge, leaving him critically injured.
The report obtained by TMZ says Kingston’s ”inexperience” and “inattention” were solely to blame. He apparently released the throttle while making a turn, which caused him to lose control.
The report also shows that his body hit the bridge with such force, that it left an imprint on the side of the bridge.
This dude is lucky to be alive.
You think after nearly dying on a jet ski, Sean Kinston would take a break from the dangerous machines. However, Kingston insists that he will get another one soon.
Talking to Ryan Seacrest, Kingston said, “I’m gonna go on another jet-ski… I was new to the area; I had just moved to the island and I didn’t know about the tides, I didn’t know about anything like that. It happened to me because I chose to ride around in that area, but there’s so much water that I could have chosen to ride around on.”
Well – at least the guy has a hobby.
As if Sean Kingston didn’t have enough problems after crashing his jet ski, he now could face criminal charges after the accident. Why? Well he has disturbed the precious local manatees.
TMZ reports where Kingston crashed last weekend is a manatee zone — and according to Florida state law, boats and watercrafts are prohibited from producing a wake in manatee-populated areas.
The investigation is ongoing, but if he is charged, Kingston could face a $32,500 fine. However, Sean probably doesn’t give a f*ck about a $32,500 fine, and we don’t think Mr. Kingston is going to lose sleep over the manatees.
Sean Kingston has been “stabilized” after a jet ski accident on Sunday, which landed him in the trauma ward of a Miami hospital.
The singer’s publicist, Joseph Carozza, released the following statement: “Sean Kingston is now stabilized and has moved from the trauma unit to ICU. Sean’s family thanks everyone for their prayers and support during this time.”
Kingston was rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital yesterday after he and a female passenger crashed into the Palm Island Bridge around 6:00 p.m. EST. A boater rescued the pair from the water, and Miami Fire Rescue crews brought the singer and passenger to the hospital.
Kingston’s hospitalization has resulted in plenty of support by both his fans and fellow celebs on Twitter. The hashtag #prayforseankingston has been a top trending topic since news of the accident spread, while artists including Bieber, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown have tweeted messages for the singer.
“Got my friend @seankingston in my prayers tonight,” wrote Bieber. “A true friend and big bro. Please keep him in your prayers tonight as well.”
Soulja Boy tweeted, “Praying for my brother @seankingston I hope he makes a full recovery.”
“Praying for my bro Sean Kingston,” wrote Brown, while Rihanna added, “Sean we praying for you baby.”
“My love and prayers are with Sean Kingston and his family,” wrote Minaj.
Get well soon, Kingston.