Actress Debbie Reynolds, mother of Carrie Fisher, has suffered a medical emergency, possibly a stroke, according to TMZ.
EMTs rushed to her son Todd Fisher’s home in Beverly Hills just after 1 local time, according to TMZ.
Reynolds, 84, lost her daughter, Carrie, on Tuesday after she suffered a heart attack on a United flight last Friday.
Following her daughter’s death, she posted this touching tribute on Facebook. Fisher began her acting career sharing the Broadway stage with her mother in the 1973 production of “Irene.”
Reynolds is known for her iconic roles in movies like “Singin’ in the Rain” and “The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” in which she was nominated for an Oscar.
Business Insider reached out to Reynolds’ reps for comment but did not receive an immediate response.
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