‘CSI: Vegas star rushed to hospital after suffering from exhaustion: report

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Filming for the sequel to “CSI: Vegas” has been halted after star William Peterson was rushed to hospital on Friday after suffering from exhaustion, according to a report on Sunday.

The three-time Emmy nominee had to stop filming the series after he “wasn’t feeling well,” People reported.

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“He’s been exhausted from long hours of filming over the past 12 weeks and has been taken to hospital as a precaution,” his publicist told People.

William Petersen, 68, who plays Gil Grissom on CSI: Vegas, was rushed to hospital on Friday after suffering from exhaustion, his publicist said.  (Photo by Sonja Flemming / CBS via Getty Images)
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William Petersen, 68, who plays Gil Grissom on CSI: Vegas, was rushed to hospital on Friday after suffering from exhaustion, his publicist said. (Photo by Sonja Flemming / CBS via Getty Images)
(Photo by Sonja Flemming / CBS via Getty Images)

An ambulance was reportedly called on the set of the show’s revival and Petersen, 68, was transported to a nearby medical center, where he was examined and released. It is currently listed in good condition, TMZ reported.

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Petersen agreed to revive his character Gil Grissom, as Jorja Fox and Wallace Langham were also asked to return as Sara Sidle and David Hodges, respectively.

The series returns on October 6.

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