Kathryn Prescott Wiki – Kathryn Prescott Biography
Kathryn Prescott is 30-years-old TV roles on Skins and Finding Carter underwent surgery after she was hit by a cement mixer in NYC on Sept. 7, according to her sister’s Instagram message. Actress Prescott is lucky to be alive after she was struck by a vehicle in New York City.
She is 30-years-old.
On Thursday, Sept. 8, the star’s twin sister, Megan Prescott, shared in an Instagram message that Kathryn, known for Skins and the title role on MTV’s Finding Carter, is currently hospitalized in the ICU after she was hit by a cement truck while crossing the street on Wednesday, Sept. 7.
“After fighting through complex surgery, some of Kathryn’s injuries include broken pelvis in two places, both of her legs, her foot, and her left hand,” Megan wrote. “She narrowly avoided paralysis. The doctors are hopeful that she will make a full recovery, but this will only be possible with the correct care right now.”
She explained that London-born Kathryn, 30, is currently in NYC without family members to support her, and Megan was hoping to fly to the States to visit her sister, but the U.S. Embassy rejected her request on Sept. 9. This led Megan to ask for assistance with possibly appealing the decision.
Kathryn — who starred in the 2019 film A Dog’s Journey and appeared alongside her twin in the British television series Skins — is currently “alone in New York with no family members,” according to Megan. She is based in the United Kingdom.
“I need to be there to help her with literally everything as she will be able to do incredibly little by herself. She will be in rehab for a very long time and will need 24/hr care even after she leaves the hospital,” she wrote of her sister.
Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, Megan said she could not fly to the United States to be with Kathryn.
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“I applied to the U.S. Embassy for exemption from the current restrictions banning any non-US citizens into the U.S. and was denied earlier today, and I am devastated,” she explained. “I am double vaccinated. I had a PCR test yesterday and can fly at the drop of a hat. I have documents from the hospital confirming the extent of Kathryn’s injuries and am willing to do anything to get to her as soon as humanly possible.”
Megan added that she was sharing her story to see if there’s a way to “appeal the U.S. Embassy’s decision to reject my application for exemption from the travel ban.”
Currently, only U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents can travel from the United Kingdom to the United States, according to the U.S. Embassy & Consulates in the United Kingdom website. However, some exemptions from the restrictions include travel for spouses and certain family members of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents, as well as foreign diplomats carrying specific visas.
While Megan understands it’s possible that she can enter the United States through another country not affected by the restrictions, she said on her Instagram Stories that she’s “not interested in spending two weeks in another country to see my sister.”
“She is in f—— ICU,” Megan added. “I need to go NOW.” a