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Bob Barker briefly hospitalized after fall

By: PETER SBLENDORIO
June 19, 2017 Updated: June 19, 2017 at 11:55 am
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Bob Barker is OK after suffering a fall. (MARK DAVIS/GETTY IMAGES).

Game show legend Bob Barker is OK after suffering a fall and hitting his head at his California home.

The former "The Price is Right" host, 93, was briefly hospitalized last week at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after he slipped in a bathroom at his Hollywood Hills residence, a rep for Barker confirmed to the Daily News.

Barker experienced some discomfort and was taken to the Emergency Room by his housekeeper, but was released several hours later after doctors determined he was doing well.

A rep for Barker said the accident wasn't as serious as the one he suffered two years ago, when he slipped on the sidewalk outside his Southern California home and hit his head.

Barker received stitches on his forehead following that accident, during which he also injured his knee.

Read the full story at NY Daily News.

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