HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) – Oscar-winning actress Linda Hunt, one of the stars of “NCIS: Los Angeles,” was injured in a wreck in Hollywood Monday.
Hunt, 73, was driving a black BMW SUV which collided with a car and another SUV while the actress she was making a left turn, according to TMZ.READ MORE: Protesters March Down Hollywood Boulevard Saturday, Demanding Justice For The Police Killings Of Duante Wright and Adam Toledo
Photos from the scene showed Hunt sitting on a chair speaking with paramedics before she was taken to a hospital, TMZ reports. In a statement provided to CBS2, Hunt said her injuries were not serious.
“Yesterday I was involved in a minor traffic accident and taken to the hospital. I’m pleased to report I’m recovering well and have no serious injuries. Thank you for all the well wishes! I’m looking forward to starting production on NCIS: Los Angeles later this summer.”READ MORE: Police On The Scene Of A Deadly Shooting Saturday In Inglewood
The other drivers also suffered minor injuries. The exact circumstances of the crash were not immediately known.
Hunt, who is from Morristown, New Jersey, has appeared in more than 200 “NCIS” episodes since the series began in 2009.
Hunt won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in 1983 for her performance as Billy Kwan in “The Year of Living Dangerously.” She was the first person to win an Oscar for a role playing the opposite sex.MORE NEWS: WeHo "Out On Robertson" Launches Saturday Night Giving Residents A Dedicated Zone To Enjoy Restaurants, Shops and Vendors
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