Clooney owns a home on the Italian mainland, on Lake Como.
More details have emerged surrounding George Clooney's accident, and it sounds like he's been very lucky.
Thankfully, none of the injuries were deemed serious, and the actor has since been discharged from hospita. Responding Carabinieri officer Lt. Col. Alberto Cicognani told the Post that Clooney was thrown over the scooter's handlebars by the impact but told officers at the scene that he was "fine".
"The auto driver called the 112, the emergency number of Carabinieri, and they sent the Municipal Police, an ambulance and the Fire Dept".
DailyMail.com reports that Clooney's helmeted head smashed into the windshield.
The photo of the reported incident shows minimal damage to the motorbike or vehicle, but a fire extinguisher can be seen in the right hand corner. He was reportedly heading to the set when he was struck by the auto. His wife, Amal, rushed to her husband's side at the hospital, and left with the superstar after his injuries were deemed minor. The Hollywood star was left injured after the scary event took place in Sardinia, Italy, where he's now filming an upcoming TV show, Catch-22.
He has been living there for the summer in order to work on the series Catch 22.
George and Amal were seen arrive in the island on a private jet at the end of June with their twins Alexander and Ella.