Linsey Godfrey

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Godspeed, Linsey Godfrey!

The Bold and the Beautiful actress was involved in a car crash in L.A. "Earlier today around 2:23 pm there was a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Granville and Olympic," the LAPD's media relations told E! News Monday. "One of the vehicles veered off onto the sidewalk hitting a pedestrian. Linsey Godfrey suffered from broken legs. Last update we have is that she was in surgery and expected to recover."

"There were no arrests made," the LAPD added. "The accident is under investigation at this point."

However, it seems Godfrey's injuries are less severe than originally thought.

Later that night, the actress' manager told E! News, "Linsey is recuperating at the hospital. Her doctors expect a full recovery. She will need treatment on her ankles but things are looking good at this point."

Prior to the accident, the 26-year-old actress got a manicure and shared a picture via Instagram.

After Godfrey was taken to the hospital, The Bold and the Beautiful's Adam Gregory and The Young and the Restless' Kelly Kruger took to Twitter to send well-wishes. "Please keep @linseygodfrey and her family in your prayers," Gregory tweeted. Kruger, meanwhile, tweeted, "Hey everyone. @linseygodfrey is going to be okay. She is strongest person I know & has all the Drs laughing w her usual hysterical self."

In addition to playing socialite Caroline Spencer on The Bold and the Beautiful (which earned her a Daytime Emmy Award nomination in 2014), Godfrey's other TV credits include One Tree Hill and Surface. She has a 7-month-old daughter, Aleda Seren, with her boyfriend, soap opera actor Robert Adamson.

Recovering from Monday's car accident won't be the hardest thing Godfrey has endured. In 2006, at age 17, the actress was diagnosed wit Hodgkin's lymphoma. Godfrey completed treatment in seven months.

—Reporting by Holly Passalaqua

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