Calvin Harris was injured in a car crash in Los Angeles but is said to be doing OK. The 32-year-old DJ and boyfriend of Taylor Swift was said to have been the passenger in a vehicle when a car driven by a 16-year-old girl crashed into it.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ the accident happened late Friday night. According to the outlet, someone with Harris was driving a Cadillac SUV when a VW Bug convertible crossed the center line and hit their vehicle. It’s not clear if the person driving the SUV was injured in the crash, but Harris suffered a laceration to the face and was taken to a Los Angeles hospital to receive medical attention.

However, the DJ supposedly bolted “against medical advice” soon after arriving because the hospital didn’t have any private rooms available, TMZ reported.  The driver of the other car was also taken to the hospital, as well as one of the teenage passengers who was sitting on her boyfriend’s lap at the time of the crash and was ejected from the car. According to the outlet, the unnamed girl who was thrown from the car has a broken pelvis.

Harris (real name Adam Richard Wiles) hasn’t mentioned the accident on social media, but his team posted a message to Facebook saying he was going to be OK. “Adam’s transport was involved in a collision this evening on the way to the airport. As a result he will be unable to perform at Omnia tonight. He has been examined by doctors and told to rest for a few days,” the message read.

Swift, who started dating Harris last year, hasn’t mentioned the accident on social media either. The last thing the “Blank Space” singer posted on Instagram was a video Friday night of a frog trying to interrupt her and her mom grilling outside. “There’s this frog that’s going off,” she says as the frog loudly croaks in the background. “He’s just out there … he doesn’t like it that we’re grilling.”

Calvin Harris collision Calvin Harris was injured a car crash in Los Angeles but is said to be doing OK. Pictured: Calvin at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in Inglewood, California, April 3, 2016. Photo: Getty Images