• Reality TV star Jenner ‘praying for crash victims’

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    This February 3, 2010 file photo shows Olympic Gold Medalist Bruce Jenner during the launch of DRIVE4COPD in New York. Olympic champion turned reality TV star Bruce Jenner has Americans' rapt attention once again amid talk that he is soon to come out as transgender. People magazine, a trusted conduit for Hollywood publicists, reported this week that Jenner, 65, would open up in a forthcoming interview with ABC News. AFP PHOTO

    This February 3, 2010 file photo shows Olympic Gold Medalist Bruce Jenner during the launch of DRIVE4COPD in New York. Olympic champion turned reality TV star Bruce Jenner has Americans’ rapt attention once again amid talk that he is soon to come out as transgender. People magazine, a trusted conduit for Hollywood publicists, reported this week that Jenner, 65, would open up in a forthcoming interview with ABC News. AFP PHOTO

    LOS ANGELES: Reality TV star and former Olympic champion Bruce Jenner is praying for the victims of a deadly car crash he was involved in, and vowed to cooperate with the investigation into the “terrible” accident.

    A woman was killed and several people injured in the collision on Saturday involving four cars on the Pacific Coast Highway in the Los Angeles metro area, according to US media reports, although the 65-year-old Jenner was unharmed.

    “My heartfelt and deepest sympathies go out to the family and loved ones, and to all of those who were involved or injured in this terrible accident,” Jenner said in a statement released by his publicist, Alan Nierob, and carried on the CNN website.

    “It is a devastating tragedy and I cannot pretend to imagine what this family is going through at this time. I am praying for them. I will continue to cooperate in every way possible.”

    A file picture taken on July 30, 1976 in Montreal, shows USA's Bruce Jenner (C) celebrating his gold medal on the podium after winning the men's decathlon competition, next to West German silver medalist Guido Kratschmer (L) and USSR's bronze medalist Nikolay Avilov. Olympic champion turned reality TV star Bruce Jenner has Americans' rapt attention once again amid talk that he is soon to come out as transgender. People magazine, a trusted conduit for Hollywood publicists, reported at the start of February 2015, that Jenner, 65, would open up in a forthcoming interview with ABC News. AFP Photo

    A file picture taken on July 30, 1976 in Montreal, shows USA’s Bruce Jenner (C) celebrating his gold medal on the podium after winning the men’s decathlon competition, next to West German silver medalist Guido Kratschmer (L) and USSR’s bronze medalist Nikolay Avilov. Olympic champion turned reality TV star Bruce Jenner has Americans’ rapt attention once again amid talk that he is soon to come out as transgender. People magazine, a trusted conduit for Hollywood publicists, reported at the start of February 2015, that Jenner, 65, would open up in a forthcoming interview with ABC News. AFP Photo

    Jenner, who was driving an SUV, told police that paparazzi were chasing him at the time of the fatal accident, but investigators have said there was no sign photographers following the reality TV star played a role in the crash, CNN reported earlier.

    The former stepfather to Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian has been seen on their reality television program angrily confronting photographers in the past.

    He has been at the center of frenzied speculation in recent months that he may soon come out as transgender.

     

    AFP

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