Lindsay Lohan Hospitalized After Car Accident

Doctors are reportedly performing tests on the actress after her vehicle was totaled in collision with 18-wheeler.

Lindsay Lohan was taken to the hospital Friday (June 8) after her black Porsche collided with an 18-wheel semi-trailer truck, TMZ is reporting.

Santa Monica police said the accident occurred on the Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica and that an investigation into the collision was ongoing.

The actress was transported to the hospital, though reportedly not by ambulance. While Lohan's condition is not known, she is reportedly in the hospital with doctors performing tests, though on-scene sources say she appears to have not suffered any major injuries.

The actress' Porsche was reportedly totaled in the accident. Photos of the vehicle show a severely damaged front end, with the hood pushed up and nearly dislodged, the airbag deployed and a smashed windshield. The passenger-side window was reportedly shattered and the rear bumper was torn off her car.

In March, Lohan completed her probation related to two 2007 DUI cases and has been working steadily to get her derailed career back on track. Though she received mixed reviews, she delivered big ratings for "Saturday Night Live" when she hosted the legendary sketch comedy show earlier this year and more recently, despite reports of on-set drama, earned positive notices for her appearance on "Glee."

The 25-year-old actress is currently filming the TV biopic "Liz & Dick," in which she stars as film icon Elizabeth Taylor. The first publicity still from the movie was released this week, showing Lohan with a short black bob.