HONOLULU -- Actor Tom Selleck has shaken off the effects of a weekend Jeep accident and has started filming a new season for the 'Magnum P.I.' television series.
Selleck, 38, suffered minor injuries Sunday when a Jeep driven by his stepson, Kevin, 15, broke through a third-floor parking garage railing and plunged 20 feet onto a trailer.
A spokeswoman at the Honolulu office of Universal Studios said there would be no statement on the incident, but added Selleck went before the cameras Monday.
'He's back working today,' she said.
Selleck and his stepson were taken to Staub Clinic after the accident but released a short time later.
'They asked that no publicity be given out,' said nursing supervisor Ellen Sakai, who declined to say what injuries, if any, the two received.
A publicist in Los Angeles said Selleck sustained some cuts and bruises.
One report said Selleck was teaching his stepson how to drive on the parking deck of the Outrigger Canoe Club when the stick shift on the Jeep jammed.
Police said Selleck's son did not have a driver's license or a learner's permit but said an investigation may not be appropriate since the accident occurred on private property.
'Our view is you have to have a license to operate a motor vehicle anywhere in the state,' said traffic division Lt. Carl Wong. 'That view, however, is not shared by all.'
All motorists are required to have either a license or permit, he said, but the code is not specific if the requirement applies to private property as well as public roadways.