Robert Plant, singer of British classic rock band Led Zeppelin, was involved in a minor car crash at a junction in the northwest of London, it has recently been reported.
Although Mr Plant, 60, is believed not to have sustained any personal injuries, the other driver, Richard Grant, was knocked unconscious and suffered whiplash due to the incident, which took place on the evening of July 2, 2009.
“I was unconscious for a little while and then I saw him standing there. I was pretty groggy when I saw him, but later on the officers told me who it was,” said Mr Grant, who, somewhat ironically, is a drugs counsellor.
“I went to hospital for five hours and luckily there were no broken bones, but I was badly bruised on the arm and had whiplash.”
Mr Grant’s Mercedes SL 300 was written off following the collision with the famous frontman’s Audi A8. It is unclear who was at fault for the accident, or whether either victim has claimed or will claim for compensation.