Arnold Schwarzenegger was involved in a four-car collision in Los Angeles that left one woman with an injury on Friday.
The incident occurred around 4:35 p.m. Pacific in West Los Angeles, according to a statement from police.
"Los Angeles Fire Department paramedics responded and transported one adult female to a local hospital with an abrasion to her head," Los Angeles police said in the statement. "Neither alcohol or drugs are suspected as a factor in this collision."
All parties remained at the scene of the crash, the LAPD added.
Schwarzenegger's rep, Daniel Ketchell, confirmed the "Terminator" actor wasn't injured.
"Arnold is fine, his only concern right now is for the woman who was injured," Ketchell said in a statement.
Schwarzenegger amassed a fortune playing action roles in the “Terminator” and “Conan” film franchises after a successful career as a bodybuilder. Since his two terms as California's governor, he has returned to acting sporadically with roles in “Terminator” and “Expendables” films.
Since his two terms as California governor, he has returned to acting sporadically with roles in “Terminator” and “Expendables” films.
Contributing: The Associated Press