Hollywood superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger was involved in a multi-car crash on Friday evening in Los Angeles, California, leaving one person injured. The 74-year-old actor was driving a black GMC Yukon SUV back home in Brentwood. As the Terminator star was about to turn onto a busy Sunset Boulevard, he had a head on collision with a red Prius. The impact of the car crash deployed the airbags in both the Black Yukon SUV as well as the Prius. Schwarzenegger's SUV ended up on top of the Prius and also rolled onto a white Porsche Cayenne that was right behind. The driver in the Prius, a woman, sustained injuries. She was reportedly bleeding from her head and was rushed by an ambulance to the hospital for further diagnosis.

The law enforcement is looking into how the accident occurred, but no tickets have been issued to both parties as of now. According to some reports, Schwarzenegger allegedly tried to make a turn when the arrow was still red, which resulted in what would have been a fatal crash. Photos from the scene of the accident showed several cars being damaged, with the former Governor of California later being seen alongside fitness personality Jake Steinfeld. Onlookers claimed Schwarzenegger was unharmed and well. He was said to be showing grave concern for the injured woman and wanted to check on her well-being, while also staying throughout the dilemma until the end.  

On the work front, Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has headlined several global box office blockbusters in the course of his glorious career, will next be seen in the martial arts comedy film Kung Fury 2, which is scheduled to open in theatres this year. The beloved superstar’s last major big screen appearance was in 2019 in the sixth installment in the Terminator franchise, Terminator: Dark Fate