Arnold Schwarzenegger caused a car accident!



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Arnold Schwarzenegger caused a car accident!

The action hero and former California governor suffered a car accident in Los Angeles, his spokesman confirmed. Police have launched an investigation into the circumstances of the accident There have been a lot of traffic accidents lately, and this is just one more of them Local police said four vehicles collided at the intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Allenford Avenue on Friday afternoon.

Arnold Schwarzenegger was driving a Yukon SUV when he collided with a red Prius. The SUV started rolling and ended up on top of the Prius, then continued rolling left into the Porsche Cayenne. The photos from the scene show an SUV that collided with at least two other vehicles, and the picture shows Schwarzenegger standing nearby.

According to the police, none of the participants was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and one person was transported to the hospital, but the injuries are not life-threatening, reports the BBC.

Scenes

"It looked like a scene from a movie.

The collision was intense enough that the airbags were activated on the SUV," one witness said. Things didn’t look so harmless at first "The woman who was driving the red car was injured. She is bleeding heavily from her head.

We were told that the ambulance took her to the hospital," said people who were at the scene of the accident. Police sources say that they believe that Arnold, who was not injured, is to blame for the accident, and that he spoke on the spot with members of the emergency services and the injured person.

Witnesses said the scene looked like a scene from an action movie. Schwarzenegger was in the evening with his 28-year-old son Patrick five minutes before the accident. The crash happened in Brentwood, a suburb of Los Angeles, at 4:30 p.m.

local time, a police spokesman there said. One woman suffered head scratches and ended up in hospital. Arnold Schwarzeneger was also lucky in the end, and had no serious injuries. We hope that such things will not happen again