DJ Calvin Harris suffers minor injuries in Los Angeles crash

By REUTERS
May 21, 2016 21:36

 
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LOS ANGELES - Scottish musician Calvin Harris, one of the world's top earning DJs, sustained minor injuries in a car crash in Los Angeles and was taken by ambulance to a hospital, police said on Saturday.

Harris, 32, was a passenger in a sport utility vehicle late on Friday when it was struck by a car that had crossed over the center line, Los Angeles police spokeswoman Norma Eisenman said.

Harris has been released from the local hospital, Eisenman said.

A passenger in the oncoming car was ejected from the vehicle and suffered a broken pelvis, but her injuries are not life-threatening, Eisenman said.

Harris, who is also a record producer, was on the 2015 Forbes magazine list of top earning DJs with an estimated $66 million in annual income. His public profile has risen since he was seen dating pop star Taylor Swift beginning last year.

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