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Former WWE wrestler Mark Canterbury in ICU

Former WWE and WCW wrestler Mark Canterbury, best known as Henry Godwin, was critically injured in a car accident in West Virginia today.

Canterbury is currently in ICU in a West Virginia hospital after he ran his car off the road.

According to PW Insider.com, Canterbury is in extremely serious condition with two punctured lungs, a number of broken ribs and a broken leg.

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Updated: Wednesday 9 November 2011

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