Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger starred in a multi-car crash in Los Angeles
Actor and former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was involved in a car crash in California, in which a woman suffered minor injuries, the actor’s spokesman reported. The protagonist of “Terminator” drove an off-road vehicle and was uninjured, as specified Los Angeles Times.
“He is fine, his only concern at this time is for the woman who was injured,” he clarified to CNN actor’s agent.
According to the Los Angeles Police, the accident, in which four cars were involved, occurred in Brentwood around 4:30 p.m. (local time) at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Allenford Avenue.
Although local authorities did not reveal the identities of the people involved in the incident, the former California governor’s spokesman confirmed that Schwarzenegger had recently left his home in a GMC Yukon and collided with a Toyota Prius.
Likewise, the spokesman clarified that the actor remained at the scene of the accident and reviewed the condition of the injured woman. For their part, the Police ruled out the use of alcohol or drugs among the factors that could have caused the crash.
It’s not the first time Schwarzenegger is in the news for a public incident. Last year, the former governor of California generated great controversy by insulting during an interview on the network CNN those who denied the coronavirus. In his attempt to make the population aware of the seriousness of the virus, he shared the video on his social networks, where it immediately went viral.