Legendary music diva Diana Ross was injured during a car accident on Wednesday, when an SUV ran a stop sign and crashed into the car she was riding in.
The 72-year-old entertainer was riding in a Lincoln Town Car that was taking her to a concert date in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania when the incident occurred.
Local authorizes disclosed that Ross did complain of head and neck pain following the crash. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee was treated at the accident scene by paramedics and decided to get further treatment on her own.
Ross still performed her concert at the Sands Casino in Bethlehem that evening.
The Lincoln Town Car was towed after the accident and the SUV driver, a 22-year-old New Jersey woman, received a traffic citation according to the Associated Press.