Kris Jenner treated by paramedics after injured in Rolls Royce car wreck Wednesday, August 3, 2016, 6:38 PM Reality star Kris Jenner is being treated by paramedics after she was injured in a car wreck while driving her week-old Rolls-Royce. The famous momager reportedly suffered a broken wrist after her new white car collided with a Prius on the 101 freeway near her Calabasas, Calif. home on Wednesday evening, TMZ reported. Kris Jenner white Rolls-Royce was hit by a Prius on Wednesday. (Clint Brewer / Splash News/Clint Brewer / Splash News) Photos obtained by the gossip site showed the front of Jenner's fancy vehicle was destroyed and dented, with pieces of the car completely torn off. Meanwhile, the green Prius was hit on its left side. Jenner reportedly broke her wrist. (Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for SinfulColors) However, Jenner's youngest daughter Kylie Jenner quickly took to Twitter to assure worried fans that her mom was ok. Kris Jenner praises Taylor Swift despite singer’s Kim K drama "Yes! She's okay!" the 17-year-old responded to a fan. “Everything’s ok.” The teen also said her mother was the only one in the car, adding a teary-eyed emoji. The Prius reportedly ran a red light and cut in front of Jenner's vehicle to drive on to the freeway, causing the crash and forcing Jenner's airbag to deploy. The Prius involved in the wreck. (Clint Brewer / Splash News/Clint Brewer / Splash News) The 60-year-old is being treated by paramedics on the scene, who reportedly fear removing her from the car and making her injury worse. Bruce Jenner involved in deadly car crash in Malibu Jenner's collision comes over a year after her ex-husband was involved in a deadly Malibu, Calif. car crash. Scene from Kris Jenner car crash in Calabasas. (Clint Brewer / Splash News/Clint Brewer / Splash News) The February 2015 wreck left one driver dead and led to two lawsuits against Caitlyn Jenner, who hadn't yet transitioned from Bruce to her identity as a woman. A rep for the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star did not immediately return the News' request for comment.