Debbie Reynolds has reportedly been rushed to Cedars Sinai medical center. Sources with insight of the scare have told the Los Angeles Times that Reynolds was complaining of breathing problems. She was at the home of her son, Todd Fisher, when the Los Angeles Fire Department dispatched an ambulance to a home in the 1700 block of Coldwater Canyon Drive in Beverly Hills at precisely 1:02 p.m. Fisher reported to ABC News that his mother “is not okay.” The news comes just a day after Reynolds’ daughter, Carrie Fisher, passed away…reportedly from going into cardiac arrest on a flight from London to Los Angeles. NYCTastemakers wishes our deepest sympathies to the Reynold’s family and friends. Get well soon Debbie!
Each section of the United States is known to be affected by specific natural disasters, with the East Coast and South suffering from hurricanes, the Midwest experiencing tornadoes, and the West Coast being extra susceptible to earthquakes. However, with the continuation of the drought in California as well as increases in temperature due to climate change, the state has been devastated over the past few years by wildfires, with more and more sparking now in the summer and fall months.