Arnold Schwarzenegger, the actor and former governor of California, was involved in a multi-vehicle incident in Los Angeles on Friday evening, but his spokeswoman told People magazine that he was unharmed.
“He’s well,” the representative stated. “Right now, his sole worry is for the woman who was hurt.”
The collision occurred around 4:35 p.m. PT on West Sunset Boulevard and Allenford Avenue, according to a news release from the Los Angeles Police Department.
“When officers from the West L.A. Area arrived on scene, it was discovered that four automobiles were involved,” police added.
According to LAPD, one woman was brought to the hospital with a head abrasion.
“This collision is not thought to have been caused by drinking or drugs. All parties stayed on the scene “According to the LAPD. Schwarzenegger’s representatives have been contacted for comment by CNN.
In 2003, Schwarzenegger, then 74, ran for governor as a Republican and defeated Democrat Gray Davis.
The actor-turned-politician was the most recent Republican governor of the state, having been elected in 2006 and leaving office in 2011. He was the first and only gubernatorial candidate in California history to win a recall election.
In 1968, the Austrian-born movie star relocated to the United States, where he excelled as a bodybuilder and actor, winning titles such as Mr. Universe, Mr. Olympia, and Mr. World.
He also appeared in the films “Conan the Barbarian,” “The Terminator,” and “Total Recall” as a leading man.
After leaving the government, the actor continued to speak out about the political climate, expressing severe concern about the divisiveness and insurgency at the US Capitol.
“Both parties make me nervous. Both parties must join together and work together because the country cannot be run with only half of the brainpower.