21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Press RoomActress Debbie Reynolds -- Hollywood legend and mother of the late Carrie Fisher -- was rushed to the hospital Wednesday afternoon after suffering a medical emergency, possibly a stroke.

TMZ reports that Reynolds, 84, was at her son Todd Fisher's home in Beverly Hills around 1 p.m., when someone from the house called 911 and reported a possible stroke. E! News reports that Reynolds was taken to a nearby hospital ER in "fair to serious condition."

Family sources told TMZ that -- as you can imagine -- Reynolds has been distraught since her daughter's own medical emergency on Friday, Dec. 23; "Star Wars" actress Carrie Fisher suffered a massive heart attack on her flight from London to Los Angeles. Fisher's family gathered at an L.A.-area hospital in support, but the actress died yesterday morning. She was 60.

Todd Fisher had just shared this photo with his mother and sister:

At this point, there are few details about Debbie Reynolds's condition. We hope any and all updates bring good news. This family has certainly suffered enough for one week.

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