Oscar award-winning actress Linda Hunt was involved in a car accident on Monday. The "NCIS: Los Angeles" star had to be hospitalized after the serious wreck, according to the Daily Mail.
The accident happened in Hollywood. Hunt was driving a black BMW SUV when she tried to make a left turn. Instead of successfully making the turn, Hunt struck a sedan and then collided with another vehicle—a Honda SUV, according to eye witness reports.
Naturally, Hunt appeared to be shaken by the accident. Witnesses helped the actress, who is known for her husky voice and diminutive stature, to sit in a lawn chair on the sidewalk.
According to o eyewitness reports, paramedics evaluated Linda at the scene and determined she needed to be taken to the hospital. The other drivers only suffered minor injuries.
Hunt won an Oscar for "The Year of Living Dangerously." She's also featured prominently on "NCIS" and done voice work. She was the voice of Grandmother Willow in Disney's "Pocahontas."
Law enforcement sources confirmed to TMZ that only one person—Hunt—from the accident was hospitalized. At this time, the cause of the accident is under investigation.
Hunt's rep has not commented on the accident. There is no update on Hunt's condition.