TRAVIS Barker was rushed into the hospital, as his wife, Kourtney Kardashian followed closely behind.
According to TMZ, the rocker was sent to the ER after he suffered "medical issues."
In a tweet, Travis alluded to the pain he was in, sharing: "God save me."
His 16-year-old daughter, Alabama, later added to the growing concern, cryptically sharing on her Instagram stories: "Please send your prayers."
According to reports, Travis and Kourtney headed to the West Hills hospital Tuesday morning for answers.
But apparently, the issue was more serious than thought, and Travis suddenly found himself taken by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
The rock star entered the facility on a gurney.
His tattooed arm was in a fist and elevated.
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Kourtney was right behind him, covered in a black hoodie and black sweatpants.
Just a few weeks ago, Travis sparked concern from fans after he was spotted sporting a splint following an injury.
The Blink-182 drummer has yet to reveal what happened to him.
Travis, 46, was spotted out and about with the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum in Beverly Hills, California.
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During much of the outing, the duo held hands.
At one point, they stopped and Kourtney, 43, stroked her husband's face, making the splint on his hand visible.
Travis wore the brace on his left hand along with his wedding band, occasionally tucking the hand into his pocket.
THE PLANE CRASH
Fourteen years ago, Travis nearly lost his life following a horrific plane crash which left musician severely burned and battling PTSD.
He was aboard the doomed flight on September 19, 2008, along with his assistant Chris Baker, security guard Charles "Che" Still, his best friend Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein.
Both Chris and Che lost their lives, as well as two pilots, on the Learjet 60 which crashed shortly after takeoff in South Carolina.
His pal DJ AM died almost a year after the crash after overdosing, as he struggled to cope with the impact of the horrific event.
Following an investigation, the National Transportation Safety Board's report attributed the accident to tire bursts during take-off and the pilot's resulting decision to abort at high speed – which was not recommended for the aircraft.
In his memoir, Can I Say, Travis, who recently married Kourtney described the aftermath of the tragic 2008 event, including his battle with PTSD and suicidal thoughts.
After the crash, Travis was left with third-degree burns covering 65% of his body.
The co-pilot James Bland, 52, and captain Sarah Lemmon, 31, were both found in their autopsies to have died from smoke inhalation and burns that occurred minutes after the crash.
Travis and DJ AM escaped the wreckage and after putting out the rockstar's burning skin they immediately informed first responders there were four others still onboard.
Both Travis and the DJ suffered second and third-degree burns, the pair underwent skin grafts.
Following the incident, Travis was moved to a burn center in Georgia for 11 weeks.
He underwent 26 surgeries in total and suffered a broken back that has fractured in three places.
Writing in his memoir, he said he told friends: "I just want to die. I want someone to kill me," at the height of his anxiety attacks and depression.
Last August, for the first time since the horrific night in 2008, Travis flew with then-girlfriend Kourtney.
The pair traveled in Kylie Jenner's private jet to fly to Cabo from the US.
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Kourtney and Travis were joined by Kris Jenner and her man Corey Gamble.
The father-of-two caught fans' attention when he tweeted in June: "I might fly again," alongside a plane emoji.
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