Despite the fact that Arnold Schwarzenegger was engaged in a multi-vehicle incident Friday night in Los Angeles, a spokesman told People magazine that he was uninjured, according to TMZ.

“He is fine, his only concern right now is for the woman who was injured,” the representative said.

In a press statement, the LAPD said that the collision occurred about 4:35 p.m. PT at West Sunset Boulevard & Allenford Avenue.

“As West L.A. Area officers arrived at the scene, it was determined that four vehicles were involved,” police said.

According to the LAPD, one lady was rushed to the hospital with a head abrasion.

“Neither alcohol or drugs are suspected as a factor in this collision. All parties remained at scene,” the LAPD said. CNN has contacted Schwarzenegger’s team for a response to their request for information.

74-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger campaigned as a Republican for governor in 2003 and defeated Democratic incumbent Gray Davis.

In 2006, the actor-turned-politician was re-elected as governor and served until 2011, when he stepped down as leader of the state. He was the first and only governor of California elected in a recall election.

In 1968, the Austrian-born actor and bodybuilder relocated to the United States, where he won the Mr. Olympia, Mr. Universe, and Mr. World contests as a bodybuilder and actor.

“Conan the Barbarian,” “The Terminator,” and “Total Recall.” were among his other notable cinematic performances.

A year after he stepped down from government, the actor continued to speak out against the political atmosphere, expressing deep worry about the ongoing uprising in the US Capitol and polarization.