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Campbell moves around in electric wheelchair

New York, Dec 23 (IANS) Supermodel Naomi Campbell, who injured her left leg, was spotted taking a ride in an electric chair.

Dec 22 2012, 1:30pm CST | by

Campbell moves around in electric wheelchair
Photo Credit: JEAN-LOUP GAUTREAU, Getty Images

New York, Dec 23 — Supermodel Naomi Campbell, who injured her left leg, was spotted taking a ride in an electric chair.

The model has torn ligaments in her left leg and was moving around in the machine, accompanied by security staff, reports thesun.co.uk.

Wearing a hat, scarf and fur coat, the 42-year-old clutched a bag on her lap as she was pushed along. An aide trailed behind her, carrying her crutches.

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