Djimon Hounsou Uninjured After Car Crash With Tito Ortiz


Djimon Hounsou


The 'Blood Diamond' actor is forced to cut short his practice run for the 2011 Fueled by Fame celebrity race after the former UFC champ smashed into his car.

Actor Djimon Hounsou has walked away unscathed after a car collision with former mixed martial arts champion Tito Ortiz during a practice run for the 2011 Fueled by Fame celebrity race.

The stars are gearing up to take part in the Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race competition in Long Beach, California on 16 April, but they were forced to cut short a trial session on Tuesday, April 5 when Ortiz smashed into the back of the "Blood Diamond" star's vehicle.

Both drivers emerged uninjured, but it wasn't Ortiz's only lucky break - he survived another collision earlier that day when he crashed his car into a wall.

The "Blood Diamond" star and the former UFC champ are set to compete in the Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race that will go down in the downtown streets of Long Beach in Southern California on Saturday, April 16. Jonas Brothers member Kevin Jonas and "True Blood" star Stephen Moyer are among the contenders as well.

© AceShowbiz.com


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