Jason Momoa concerned in ‘head-on crash with motorcyclist’ whereas driving in Los Angeles

Jason Momoa was concerned in a “head-on crash with a motorcyclist” close to Calabasas, Los Angeles, on Sunday (24 July) morning. He was not damage within the incident, whereas the motorcyclist sustained “minor, non-life threatening accidents”.

Based on the California Freeway Patrol, the accident befell round 11am when 21-year-old Vitaliy Avagimyan jumped lanes and smashed into Momoa’s car head-on.

Within the incident that befell on Previous Topanga Canyon Highway, “[the rider] crossed over the double yellow strains into the eastbound lanes, straight into the trail of Jason Momoa’s car”.

“Because of this collision, Avagimyan was ejected from his motorbike,” the authorities mentioned, including: “After the collision, Momoa exited his car to help Avagimyan and was in a position to flag down a passing motorist to name 911.”

Quickly after the collision, Avagimyan “was transported by ambulance to Northridge hospital for medical remedy of minor, non-life threatening accidents”.

The Aquaman star was unhurt and “remained on scene all through the investigation”.

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Based on Hollywood Life, the 42-year-old actor was reportedly driving in a 1970 Oldsmobile.

The precise reason for the crash is below investigation.

The Unbiased has contacted Momoa’s representatives for remark.

In different information, Momoa was named an “Advocate for Life Under Water” by the United Nations final month.

The actor, a local Hawaiian with Polynesian roots, has lengthy been concerned in ocean conservation work.

“With this designation, I hope to proceed my very own journey to guard and preserve the ocean and all dwelling issues on our stunning blue planet, for our era and the generations to come back,” Momoa mentioned as he acquired the title from the UN Setting Programme (UNEP) on the UN Ocean Convention in Portugal.

He spoke of how rising up in one of many world’s most stunning archipelagos has given him a reverence for the ocean and nature.

“For me, the ocean is an historical trainer, a information and a muse. It is usually existential. And not using a wholesome ocean, life on our planet as we all know it might not exist,” he added.

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