R&B/Soul icon Diana Ross was injured in a limousine accident, the NY Post reports.
The 72-year-old singer escaped with minor injuries after a SUV ran a stop sign and collided into a limo taking her to a performance in Pennsylvania on Wednesday.
Ross, who complained of head and neck pain, told paramedics she would seek further treatment on her own.
The Lincoln Town Car she was riding in was towed from the scene.
The former Supremes lead singer performed on schedule at the Sands casino complex later Wednesday.
Police ticketed a 22-year-old New Jersey woman for running the stop sign.