AC/DC Frontman Involved In TV Show Car Crash

BBC News reports that singer Ms Dynamite is spending the night in hospital after AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson clipped the back of her car while filming for Sky reality television show "The Race", sending it spinning out of control.

The R&B star, 25, was treated at Silverstone, in Northants, England and was said to have been conscious and talking.

She was later taken to University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire.

The hospital said on Sunday that she would be kept in overnight for observation.

Johnson was not injured in the accident.

A Sky One spokesman said the collision on Sunday afternoon (Nov. 12) sent Ms Dynamite's Formula Ford spinning down the track for about 50 meters before it came to a halt.

The week-long competition, which finished on Sunday, saw two five-strong teams of men and women competing on the racing circuit under the guidance of Formula One stars David Coulthard and Eddie Irvine.

The Sky spokesman said: "We take health and safety very seriously and cover it from every angle.

"We would not let them take part unless we were satisfied with the level of competence they were at and all the necessary safety measures were in place."


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