Candace Cameron-Bure shared video on Instagram of her bloody injured hand after her brother Kirk ran over her during a go-karting accident.
The Full House and Fuller House reboot star, 42, revealed her Growing Pains actor brother sent her to the hospital emergency room.
But an X-ray later showed no broken bones for Candace and her beloved big brother, 48, posted his own apology video on Instagram, telling fans, "I am SO happy and grateful to report that nothing is broken and she's doing much better."
Earlier, Candace had said on video, "Our fun family day ended up with me in the emergency room. Got into a go-karting accident and my brother ran me over! I'm waiting to see if I broke my hand or fractured it or what."
It turned out her hand was just badly bruised and was "painful."
"Went go-karting with my brother and two sisters. I've been released now, but was in the ER," Bure said in a video on the way home from the hospital. "Clearly I am fine … but got some damage to my hand, but it's not broken, and my shoulder, but it's not broken."
Paramedics took off Candace's wedding rings without having to break them.
"What's a family reunion without a trip to the ER," she joked on social media.
In addition to Kirk, the go-kart race involved their sisters Melissa and Bridgette Cameron.
"It's all good, I'm good," conservative Christian Candace, who quit The View two years ago, added.
Brother Kirk couldn't have been more relieved!
The TV star whose strict Christian beliefs have sometimes been controversial and attended Jessa Duggar's wedding to Ben Seewald, said in his own video about the odd go-kart incident that, "I thought we were going to keep the whole thing on the down low."
But after Candace spilled the beans about being hospitalized, Kirk explained, "It was sibling rivalry. Me and all my sisters were racing in the go karts and Candace was in the lead. I thought I could take her so I tried to pass her on the inside lane. She spun out. The whole thing went bad. I'm so thankful she didn't break any bones."
He added in a caption, "Thanks for all of your prayers for @candacebure."
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