November 13, 2006 10:00

Ms Dynamite in high speed car crash

Singer in hospital after competing in reality TV show

Ms Dynamite in high speed car crash
Ms Dynamite has been taken to hospital after becoming involved in a high speed car crash for a reality TV show.

The singer was filming for Sky One's 'The Race' yesterday (November 13) at Silverstone when AC/DC singer Brian Johnson struck the back of her car.

The accident sent her Formula Ford spinning for about 50 metres before it came to halt.

She was treated by medics at the scene and kept in hospital overnight for observation, reports BBC News.

According to a Sky One spokesman, Ms Dynamite may have been travelling more than 100 mph when the crash took place.

He added: "We take health and safety very seriously and cover it from every angle.

"We would not let them take part unless we were satisfied with the level of competence they were at and all the necessary safety measures were in place."

The competition saw five teams of men and women competing on the race track with the help of Formula One drivers Eddie Irvine and David Coulthard.

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