RENO, Nev., July 19 (UPI) -- Former NFL star Jim McMahon is hospitalized following the crash of a limousine carrying him and a female companion to Reno-Tahoe Airport, Nevada police said.
Police said the collision occurred Monday afternoon when the Bell Limousine carrying McMahon and 46-year-old Lori Navon to the airport veered off U.S. 395 in Pleasant Valley, KOLO-TV, Reno, reported Tuesday.
The limo plowed through a barbwire fence before landing on its wheels in a field, police said.
McMahon, 51, Navon and driver Robert McCoy, 40, were taken to Renown Regional Medical Center.
Navon has been discharged but McMahon was still in the hospital although his injuries do not appear to be serious, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
McMahon had played in the American Century Celebrity golf tournament last week.
The highway patrol said the crash was under investigation but alcohol was not believed to be a factor.