BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) -- A driver hurt in a hit-and-run crash in which Halle Berry was also injured says she cannot confirm that the actress was behind the wheel of the other car.
Heta Raythatha, 27, discussed the Feb. 23 accident Thursday at her attorney's office.
''She couldn't identify the other driver'' because the other car sped off, said her lawyer, Richard Sherman.
''My car just spun around. ... I saw that my wrist was broken. I couldn't move,'' Raythatha said, her right arm in a sling. Her car was totaled.
According to authorities, Berry was behind the wheel of a rented Chevrolet Blazer that ran a red light and hit Raythatha's car at a Sunset Strip intersection in West Hollywood.
The driver fled, but a turn signal casing and a piece of the front bumper molding were traced to the Blazer, which was impounded.
Berry, who sought her own medical treatment, needed 22 stitches to close a cut on her forehead.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has asked the district attorney's office to file criminal charges against Berry, but no decision has been made. She could face a felony hit-and-run charge.
Berry, 31, won a Golden Globe for best actress in January for her role in the TV miniseries ''Introducing Dorothy Dandridge.''
Vince Gill, Amy Grant engaged
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Country singer Vince Gill and gospel-pop star Amy Grant are engaged.
''I can confirm that they are getting married,'' said Erin Morris, Gill's spokeswoman. ''Other than that, they'd like to protect their privacy.''
The 39-year-old Grant, perhaps the biggest name in the contemporary Christian music industry whose pop hits include ''Baby Baby'' and ''That's What Love is For,'' was divorced from Christian singer Gary Chapman in June.
Gill, 42, is among the biggest stars in country music, with hits including ''Go Rest High on That Mountain'' and ''I Still Believe in You.'' He was divorced from singer Janis Gill in 1997.
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