Derek Hough Accident: Here’s What Happened: Derek Hough and Hayley Erbert Are “Okay” After ‘scary’ Car AccidentDerek Hough and Hayley Erbert claimed to have been in a car accident on December 12.
Erbert published a brand-new video on Instagram, captioning it, “Derek and I got into a fairly nasty automobile accident in the mountains.” The hardest part of our mishap was the worry that we would fall down the mountain due to the high incline, ice roads, and trees.
The couple’s journey to the ER, the damage to their car, and Erbert, 28, getting stitches in her forehead are all shown in the footage of the incident’s aftermath. According to Hough, 37, the frightening aspect was that Hayley had no memory of anything. She was confused after that and cheerfully advised that we continue to dinner while her face was covered in blood.
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That worried me,” he claimed, adding that when emergency personnel arrived 20 minutes after the collision, Erbert “came to.” When the pair left the emergency room, they rewarded themselves with snacks. One of the worst things about tonight, according to Erbert, was how challenging it was to consume her candies.
Erbert replied, pointing to the freshly stitched area on her forehead, “It’s taken me a very long time to chew it because it aches because of this area.” “Bummer.” The former contestants of Dancing with the Stars wrote in the post that they are “very grateful for everything.”
First, Erbert noted in the caption that no other parties were involved. “Second, the prompt paramedic reaction. Last but not least, that we both survived and that I only had minor injuries, including a swollen face and four stitches above my eyebrow.”
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Hough was seen o”outside on Friday morning and seemed upbeat. “Now, more than ever, we know how fragile life is and “how crucial it is to love people around you,” Erbert concluded her article on a hopeful note. She said that we wish everyone a safe, healthy, and joyous holiday season in closing.