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    James Van Der Beek’s four-year-old daughter Emilia was rushed to the emergency room after hitting her head on a table

    The youngster was taken to hospital this week to have a cut on her eyebrow glued back together after she hit her head against a table


    James’ wife, Kimberley Van Der Beek took to her Instagram Story to share a picture of Emilia being treated by her doctor, and wrote alongside it: “Emilia hit her head on a table. Needed to be glued… @vikcompletecare_er ONCE AGAIN delivers the ultimate in care (sic)”

    Kimberly – who also has Olivia, 10, Joshua, 8, Annabel, 7, and Gwendolyn, two, with James – then posted another picture showing a close-up of Emilia’s wound, and added: “Not terrible but not an air heal situation.

    “She breathed through it all and the doctors and nurses here have had a 100 success rate with us of handling situations with fully informed decision offerings, friendliness and care. These two were scared and immediately comforted and commented out the door how “amazing” they were. @vikcompletecare_er (sic)”

    The ER is the same one James, 43, visited in November when he fell off his Onewheel skateboard.

    Posting on Instagram at the time, the ‘Dawson’s Creek’ alum explained: “I have a lot of fun with that thing, and it works great as long as the battery is above 10 percent. But when it’s not, it gives a tiny bit of resistance and then it just nosedives without warning and that’s when I went over the front of it. … When the battery gets low … best to charge that thing up. I didn’t check. SO I tumbled. Also I DEFINITELY should have been wearing a helmet. I was VERY lucky. Helmet from now on. Four Stitches. Very lucky.”

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