Pete Davidson and Chase Sui Wonders Involved in Beverly Hills Car Accident

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Over the weekend, actors Pete Davidson and Chase Sui Wonders experienced a single-vehicle accident in Beverly Hills, with no reported injuries, as per various sources.

On Saturday at 11:12 p.m., authorities were alerted to the incident, which occurred in a residential neighborhood near the corner of Rodeo Drive and Elevado Avenue, as shared by Beverly Hills police spokesperson Lt. Reginald Evans.

Upon arrival, officers discovered a damaged dark-colored Mercedes-Benz and a broken city fire hydrant. No one was hurt in the accident, and no arrests were made. TMZ and the New York Post, which first disclosed the accident, identified the vehicle's occupants, although the police declined to do so. According to Lt. Evans, investigators are still determining the crash's cause, but speed may have played a role. Neither Davidson nor Wonders' representatives have responded to requests for comment from The Beverly Weekly.

Footage from the scene revealed water gushing from the shattered fire hydrant, soaring higher than a nearby streetlight. Firefighters raced to close the hydrant as water poured down on them. TMZ obtained images from the accident site that showed damage to a house's side. A path of tire tracks on the property led to splintered wooden panels and ripped bushes.

Davidson and Wonders, who co-starred in the 2022 comedy-horror film "Bodies Bodies Bodies," have been seen together at numerous events recently, such as the Daytona 500 NASCAR race in Florida and the NFL Pro Bowl in Hawaii. However, they have not officially confirmed their relationship.

Davidson was previously linked to model and author Emily Ratajkowski, whom he was rumored to be dating last year after ending his high-profile relationship with Kim Kardashian West.

Wonders gained recognition as a cast member of HBO's high school drama "Generation," which was canceled after its first season in 2021. She is set to star in the upcoming Apple TV+ crime drama "City of Fire," an adaptation of Garth Risk Hallberg's 2015 novel of the same title.

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