New Jersey State Police ticketed one of Larry King's ex-wives in a head-on crash that left a family injured.
Julia King was driving a Nissan Murano that collided with a Toyota Avalon on Route 9 in Bass River Township on July Fourth, according to State Police Detective Brian Polite.
TMZ.com posted pictures of the crash saying Julia was lucky to be alive, but it sounds passengers in the other car got the worst of it.
Roberta Rapisardi was driving her husband, David, and his 15-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter home after watching fireworks.
The teen is credited with getting his little sister out of the wreckage, according to the Asbury Park Press.
"David was able to unbuckle himself, got his sister and passed his sister to my wife as (he) got them clear of the car," Rapisardi said.
"David had a ruptured diaphragm, and his small and large intestines moved into his chest cavity by his heart and lungs. Then, after he passed my daughter to my wife, he collapsed and broke his right wrist."
Troopers issued King a careless driving summons. The cause of the accident remains under investigation.
King, who was the CNN host's sixth wife, could not be reached for comment.