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Pro golfer Bill Haas, actor Luke Wilson involved in fatal crash

Haas was the passenger in a Ferrari that collided with a BMW. Wilson was sideswiped in the accident. (Source: WMG News/CNN) Haas was the passenger in a Ferrari that collided with a BMW. Wilson was sideswiped in the accident. (Source: WMG News/CNN)

LOS ANGELES (RMG NEWS/CNN) - Two celebrities were involved in a fatal car crash Tuesday night in Los Angeles.

Professional golfer Bill Haas was the passenger in a Ferrari that collided with a BMW.

The crash occurred in the 500 block of North Chautauqua Boulevard around 6:30 p.m., according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

He was taken to a local hospital and was released later according to Golf Digest.

Haas, a six-time PGA tour winner, was in Los Angeles for a golf tournament at the Riviera Country on Thursday.

The driver of the Ferrari was killed in the accident.

Actor Luke Wilson’s SUV was grazed by the Ferrari. Wilson's condition is unknown.

A 50-year-old woman and a man, 35, in the other vehicle suffered serious injuries, and were transported to a local hospital.

Haas is expected to make a full recovery, his father Jay Haas told Golf Channel's Tod Lewis.

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