Law enforcement officers ruled on the sobriety of the "Liz and Dick" actress but are still unsure of the cause of the accident.
Details about Lindsay Lohan's car accident have been released by the Santa Monica Police Department.
The report confirms a crash on the Pacific Coast Highway involving a black Porsche occupied by Lohan and an unidentified adult male and a large dump truck at 11:42 a.m on Friday, June 8.
The preliminary investigation revealed that both vehicles were driving northbound on the Pacific Coast Highway when the Porsche struck the rear end of the dump truck. The police still have not determined a cause.
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The report also notes that Lohan and the man with her were determined to be not impaired and were transported to a hospital with minor injuries. The police did not reveal who was driving the Porsche. The driver of the dump truck was also uninjured.
Later in the day, Lohan returned to the set of the currently filming Lifetime TV movie Liz & Dick, in which she is portraying Elizabeth Taylor (opposite Grant Bowler's Richard Burton).
Lifetime issued a statement to The Hollywood Reporter expressing concern for Lohan and did not immediately comment on whether production of Liz & Dick, which is being shot at an undisclosed location in Los Angeles, would be impacted by the actress' accident.
"First and foremost, we're concerned about the well being of Lindsay and anyone else involved in the accident," Lifetime said. "Lindsay has been doing fantastic work on the set of Liz & Dick and we have no further details."