MALIBU, Calif. – Charlie Sheen's spokesman says the actor's two young daughters are doing fine after a Mercedes-Benz sports utility vehicle they were riding in collided with a sedan on Pacific Coast Highway, sparking a multi-vehicle crash that sent one person to the hospital.
Authorities say the girls, 4-year-old Sam and 3-year-old Lola, were being driven by their nanny on Friday when a Honda Civic made a turn in front of them and was struck broadside. The force of the collision caused the Honda to spin across several lanes and hit a parked car and a pickup truck, Los Angeles County Sheriff's traffic investigators said in a statement.
The driver of the Honda was taken to a hospital, but the extent of her injuries was not released.
"Charlie told me that it could have been worse, but the children were in the car seats," Sheen's spokesman, Stan Rosenfield, said Sunday.
Sheen shares custody of the girls with ex-wife Denise Richards. He has an older daughter, 25-year-old Cassandra Jade Estevez, with former girlfriend Paula Profit. He is expecting a fourth child with wife Brooke Mueller.