Terrible! Lindsay Lohan almost lost her finger in a boating accident

By: Sally Kinsey  |   | 

Lindsay Lohan had almost lost her finger in the Turkish boating accident. Luckily, an emergency operation helped her fix it.

On Sunday, the Hollywood star had to undergo emergency surgery on her middle finger after part of it was detached in a boating accident.

According to TMZ reports, Lohan, 30, had tried to lift the anchor of the vessel she was on when her hand got tangled up in the rope & she was careened into the water.

The Mean Girls star tried to make herself free of the ropes when the heavy boating machinery detached the half of her digit.

Lindsay’s buddies in the boat scrambled & found the dismembered part of the finger. Immediately she was rushed to an emergency room, where emergency surgery was done to reattach the finger.

Sharing an image of her injured finger on Snapchat, she told her fans, “I almost lost my finger from the anchor. Well, I lost half of my finger, thank goodness we found the piece of my finger… I just had surgery to fix it…it hurts so bad.”

The picture features, Lindsay’s holding out her injured hand, with her middle finger wrapped in a bandage.

She shared the aftermath of the accident that left the fans horrified with her condition that saw her almost losing her finger.

The star felt regret upon her attempt to lift the heavy anchor, and said through an Instagram, “This is why I shouldn’t try to help get the rope to anchor the boat, I lost half of my finger.”

LiLo also uploaded a video where she can be heard yelling, “This is the result of me trying to help anchor the boat by myself. My poor finger!”

Lindsay was traveling all around Europe this summer, and enjoying her time in different exotic locations. But the star's adventures came to a halt on Sunday, when a nasty accident occurred to chop off her finger.

Lindsay seems to have a great misfortune on Sunday, but god saved her. Lucky you Lindsay! You got your finger back.

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