Buddy's two sons, 16-year-old Buddy Jr. and 13-year-old Marco, were in the bowling room with him, when the accident happened and after five minutes of Buddy's hand being stuck in the cage, the boys ran to the garage to grab a reciprocating saw.
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Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro is facing an "uphill battle" after a bowling accident in New Jersey caused him to get two surgeries in his right hand. Valastro's representative said he faces a long road of rehabilitation and recovery. "Unable to remove his hand, he can see a 1-1/2" metal rod slowly and repeatedly impale his hand three times between his ring finger and middle finger.".
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The "Cake Boss" star and famous baker's hand was impaled while attempting to repair a machine at his in-home bowling alley.
Who might replace Alex Trebek as 'Jeopardy!' Valastro has since had two surgeries, the first at Morristown Memorial in New Jersey, and the second by Dr. Michelle Carlson, a renowned orthopedic surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan. "Cake Boss" fans will soon get a candid look into Buddy Valastro's recovery from a gruesome hand injury. He is recovering at home after being released from the hospital on Wednesday. "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro revealed in an Instagram post Wednesday that his hand was impaled three times during a "terrible" bowling accident at home with his family.
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"It just blew out half of my hand," he said. ", 'Cake Boss' Buddy Valastro describes his bloody hand injury: 'It just blew out half of my hand'. "What do you think of my new accessory,?" This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, Valastro, star of TLC's "Cake Boss" and owner of Carlo's Bake Shop, will be the subject of a two-hour special documenting his road to recovery following his injury in September, the cable network said Monday. ", Calling his hands "my lifeline of everything I do," he confessed to the magazine: "I wonder, ‘Am I ever going to do what I used to be able to do?’ ". He underwent surgery earlier this week. Celebrity baker and Carlo's Bake Shop owner, Buddy Valastro, is recovering after a terrible bowling accident. 'Cake Boss' star Buddy Valastro's hand was impaled after getting it stuck in the bowling pinsetter.
Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro, 43, suffered a serious injury to his dominant right hand while bowling at his house on Sunday, the chef revealed on Instagram.Valastro posted a … Your ad choices |
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After over 5 minutes elapsed, Valastro's sons, Buddy Jr., 16, and Marco, 13, had to use a reciprocating saw "to cut through the metal rod and relieve his father from the machine," according to the rep. RELATED: Gigi Hadid's Dream Came True When She Was Surprised with Birthday Cake from Buddy Valastro. "Cake Boss" star Buddy Valastro is recovering from what he called a "terrible accident" at his New Jersey home. "It will be an uphill battle as it's Buddy's dominant right hand and he will need prolonged recovery and therapy," Valastro's rep added. Celebrity baker and Carlo's Bake Shop owner, Buddy Valastro, is recovering after a terrible bowling accident.