Kris Jenner has been in a car crash off the freeway near her home in Calabasas, California.
According to TMZ, the 60-year-old is said to have possibly broken her wrist in the impact.
Law enforcement sources told the site that the KUWTK star’s white Rolls-Royce, which was purchased just a week ago, collided with a Prius.
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The force of the impact deployed her airbag and completely destroyed the front of her car. The Prius is said to have run a red light at the time.
Officers told TMZ that Kris was driving on a surface street when the Prius cut in front of her trying to get onto the 101, causing the collision.
Kris was treated at the scene by paramedics, who reportedly did not want to remove her from the car for fear of exacerbating her injury.
LA Sheriff’s Lieutenant Ed Winslow told Associated Press that Kris and the other driver both declined to be taken by ambulance to the hospital. He did not know the extent of the injuries, but said that both vehicles had to be towed from the scene.
Her daughter, 18-year-old Kylie Jenner, took to Twitter to confirm that her mum is doing fine.
The mother of six told E! News that she is okay, although her hand "hurts" following the collision and she is still "shook up" from the incident.
Kris isn't the only Kardashian-Jenner to be involved in a car crash.
Kim, Khloe, Kylie and North had a terrifying incident back in May, when their car skidded on a patch of black ice while travelling home from a family ski trip in Montana.
Kris’ ex Caitlyn Jenner was also involved in a fatal accident on the Pacific Coast Highway in February 2015.
At the time, Caitlyn crashed her Cadillac Escalade into a Lexus on the highway. The car was pushed into oncoming traffic and struck by a Hummer, killing the Lexus’ driver, Kim Howe.
According to TMZ, the 66-year-old and Kim Howe's stepchildren filed to dismiss, and a settlement was reached between them.