Luke Wilson's fans can breathe a sigh of relief. They woke up to the disturbing news that involved the Legally Blonde actor, but he was found to be safe.
According to CBS, the Los Angeles Police Department responded to a significant car crash that was in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood.
Wilson was driving a Toyota SUV on the Pacific Palisades' 500 Chautauqua Boulevard when a Ferrari suddenly hit him. E! News reported that the Ferrari not only crashed the Toyota SUV on its side, but it also hit a 50-year-old woman that was driving a BMW.
An Injured Golfer
While Wilson escaped the crash unscathed, the passenger's side of the Ferrari was not so lucky. E! News reported that celebrated golfer Bill Haas was seriously injured in the accident and was taken to the hospital. The 50-year-old woman driving the BMW was also taken to the hospital.
The Los Angeles Daily News reported that Haas was in the Los Angeles area to compete in the town's local golf tournament, the Genesis Open.
According to NBC Los Angeles, Haas has been released from the hospital.
A Tragic Fatality
Sadly, the driver of the Ferrari was killed on impact. CBS Los Angeles confirmed that the driver's identity was 71-year-old Mark Gibello. The deceased victim was also in town to support Haas in the upcoming tournament.
Wilson's Recent Activities
While Luke Wilson escaped the crash unscathed, chances are that this accident would not be the perfect way to come back into the public spotlight.
Wilson recently made appearances in Concussion and The Ridiculous 6 both in 2015.
The actor became a household name through his appearances in Charlie's Angles, The Royal Tenenbaums, Old School, and the Legally Blonde film franchise.
Celebrity Car Crashes
Wilson is not the only celebrity to be recently involved in a car crash.
Brad Pitt crashed his car in Los Angeles on Feb. 5. Pitt was behind the wheel of his dark gray Tesla when it rammed into a small silver Nissan. The crash's impact caused the Nissan to hit a black Kia. Reports stated that Pitt was uninjured in this accident.
Uma Thurman's on-set car accident on the set of Kill Bill was unearthed in a New York Times interview. The actress revealed on her Instagram page the footage showing Thurman participating in the stunt that went wrong. The film's stunt coordinator, Keith Adams, stated that he was not on the set when the accident took place. Thurman noted that she permanently damaged her neck and knees.
Former American Idol contestant Leah LaBelle and her husband, ex-NBA player Rasual Butler, were killed on Wednesday, Jan. 31, after Butler lost control of their Land Rover.