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Disc jockey injured in two-car crash

As some Ohio residents who follow Hollywood happenings may know, Calvin Harris was involved in a car crash May 20 in Los Angeles during nighttime hours. The disc jockey was able to check out of a hospital in Burbank with lacerations to his face.

The accident happened when another vehicle hit the SUV in which the DJ was riding. The female driver of a Volkswagen Bug reportedly lost control of her vehicle and slammed into the left front area of the SUV. The Volkswagen driver, a minor, almost struck a mountain before hitting the SUV in which Harris was riding, according to news sources.

The collision's impact was enough to almost rip off the side of the SUV. The Volkswagen's front end was severely pushed inward. Another occupant of the Volkswagen, according to reports, was thrown out of the vehicle, which resulted in a fractured pelvis. Harris was evaluated at a Burbank hospital, and his representative said he was allowed to leave. Some reports said that he chose to leave since a solo room was not available. Harris is now in the process of recovery, a representative said. He was forced to cancel two upcoming concerts due to the incident.

When a car accident results in serious injuries requiring medical attention and loss of time from work, as in this case, financial loss may result. Consulting an attorney might be beneficial. The attorney may review police reports, witness accounts and medical records to determine fault and the extent of loss. The attorney may also file a lawsuit to recover damages.

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