BETHLEHEM, Pa., April 14 (UPI) -- Diana Ross is doing fine after a limo crash Wednesday in Pennsylvania.
The 72-year-old singer was riding in a limo in Bethlehem, Pa., when the vehicle collided with another car just before 5 p.m., Bethlehem police chief Mark DiLuzio told The Morning Call.
One of the vehicles was damaged enough to require towing, but Ross and her limo driver were unhurt. The person driving the other car suffered minor injuries, DiLuzio said.
Ross went on to perform as scheduled at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center that evening. The singer resumed her In the Name of Love tour in March, and will perform Thursday in Providence, R.I.
Ross initially kicked off the tour in Sao Paolo, Brazil, in June 2013, and continued the venture in years since. The set list includes such hits as "I'm Coming Out," "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," and "I Will Survive."
The Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner last released Diana Ross Sings Songs from The Wiz in November. She intended to release the album after starring in the 1978 movie The Wiz, but the record was canceled.