Below Deck Mediterranean star Malia White is hospitalised in Spain’s Mallorca

Below Deck Mediterranean star Malia White is hospitalized in Spain’s Mallorca Credit: Instagram

Below Deck Mediterranean star Malia White is hospitalised in Spain’s Mallorca.
Malia White, the Below Deck Mediterranean star has been hospitalised in Spain’s Mallorca after a scooter accident.
Malia White, aged 30, had been exploring the island of Mallorca by scooter when she was involved in an accident and rushed to hospital. She suffered from a fractured elbow, broken toes and road rash.
Malia, took to Instagram to share photos of her in a hospital bed. She was pictured bandaged up after suffering from a series of injuries when she fell off a scooter during a day trip with her shipmates.
She said: ‘Accidents happen when you least expect them.
‘Luckily, I was able to walk away with a few stitches, fractured elbow, broken toes, severe road rash and a very sore body.
‘I don’t want to imagine what the case would have been without my helmet! I won’t hang up my scooter keys just yet… but I’m definitely aware of the importance of cruising safely!’
She posted both before and after photos and said: ‘BEFORE PHOTO: had an amazing day exploring the island of Mallorca with my crew mates by scooter! But it didn’t end as nicely as it started….. #mallorca #spain #adventure #daysoff.’
For the after photo she commented on how important helmets are when riding a scooter. She said: ‘AFTER: on Instagram we usually share the pretty stuff but this is the important stuff – I’m sharing this to express the importance of always wearing a helmet. Mine quite literally saved my life.’
She also thanked the crew of the ship who helped her and saw that she was taken care of. She said: ‘I spent the premiere night in a hospital bed after having a mean accident on my scooter.
‘I’ve been riding scooters my whole life and was familiar with the equipment, wasn’t drinking and was 10 minutes from my boat.
‘They flagged down a car who happened to be an off-duty police officer and he started giving me medical attention until the ambulance arrived.’
She added: ‘They also took care of getting all my stuff and scooter sorted!’

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