Sally Brown a.k.a Actress Kristin Chenoweth got injured while on set for “The Good Wife” CBS drama and was taken to a hospital by ambulance, according to her publicist and the producer of the show.

It was reported that the actress was hit in the head by scaffolding. In a statement, the studio described the equipment involved differently.

“While filming a scene for ‘The Good Wife’ in Brooklyn, a gust of wind blew a lighting silk out of place striking actress Kristin Chenoweth,” the studio said. Lighting silk is cloth used to soften or deflect artificial light or sunlight during shooting.

A witness however said that she was hit “square in the head” and was “knocked out cold. I thought she was dead at first,” the witness said.

The witness added that the spot near the East River on Kent Avenue and North 6th Street is notoriously windy. “That area is a vortex for wind… and a big gust of wind blew the lighting off the scaffolding,” the witness said.

Kristin’s medical state condition following the accident in New York was not disclosed by Jill Fritzo her publicist or CBS Television Studios. It is not yet in public light if she was hospitalized.

She was treated on the set by the medical team working with the show producers, then taken by an emergency medical team to a hospital, the studio said.

“All of us at the studio and the show are thinking about Kristin and wishing her a quick recovery,” the statement concluded.

Chenoweth was diagnosed about five years ago with Meniere’s disease, which she said can cause vertigo and affect her balance.

Earlier Wednesday, a fire department spokesman said a woman at that Brooklyn location suffered minor injuries, but he wouldn’t identify her.

The star actress has starred in a number of movies including Annie, Seven Roses, Topa Topa Bluffs, The Music Man, Bewitched, The Pink Panther, Tinker Bell, Running with Scissors, 12 Men of Christmas and You Again amongst others.

She won a Tony Award for her role in Broadway’s “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” and an Emmy Award for her work on “Pushing Daisies.” She has a recurring role on “The Good Wife” in the upcoming season.

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