EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS & INTERVIEW: Bachelor Contestant's Face Bloodied Up After Snow Mobile Crash


Apr. 6 2011, Published 9:20 a.m. ET

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It's a Bachelor curse!

Season five Bachelor contestant Suzie Williams was hospitalized, for a second time, during a wild Bachelor, Bachelorette & Bachelor Pad reunion in Breckenridge, Co., after she catapulted into the steel bars of the snowmobile she was driving.

Williams, 30, sustained a broken nose, concussion and cut her lip, as our exclusive photos.

In an exclusive interview, Williams revealed she was sent to an ER after contestant's John Presser and Tara Durr's wedding where she was punctured by a stiletto!

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"This time, my head is killing me because I have a pretty bad concussion," Suzie told

"It's my head that hurts the most because my brain is swollen, so I have been ordered by the doctor to take it easy."

Suzie said even before Jesse Csincsak's annual gathering last weekend, her co-stars had joked that she was bound to end up in strife.

"It's the going joke at this point," she said.

"At John Presser and Tara Durr's wedding, I did a dive for the bouquet and a girl landed on my foot, and her heal went right through it."

Jesse Csincsak

But thankfully, fellow contestant Richard Massey was on hand.

"It was funny because Richard rode with me to the emergency room last time and he was the guy driving the snow mobile this time," Suzie told

"I do realize I am really lucky and it could have been worse."


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