Dwayne Johnson reveals his mom is 'OK' after she was in a car accident: 'She’s a survivor'

Dwayne Johnson is thankful that his mom, Ata Johnson, is still here after a car wreck Wednesday.

The "Black Adam" star posted a photo on Instagram Thursday of his mother's nearly-totaled red Cadillac SUV after she was in a car accident in Los Angeles.

"Angels of mercy watched over my mom as she was in a car crash late last night. She’ll survive and continue to get evaluated," Johnson said in his post. "This woman has survived lung cancer, tough marriage, head on collision with a drunk driver and attempted suicide. She’s a survivor, in ways that make angels and miracles real."

Dwayne Johnson shares that his mom is "OK" after getting in a car wreck in Los Angeles.
Dwayne Johnson shares that his mom is "OK" after getting in a car wreck in Los Angeles.

Johnson, 50, also thanked the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Fire Department for being "caring" and "focused" as well as "staying on phone" and talking him through the ordeal.

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Johnson ended his post of gratitude, sharing a reminder for people who still have both parents after his father died in 2020 of a heart attack.

"If you still got your mom and dad make sure you hug ‘em hard," he wrote. "You never know when you’ll get that 3am call we never want to get."

Over the summer, Johnson made headlines after sharing an emotional video of his mom crying after he revealed the new "dream" home he bought her.

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"When I was a little boy, I hated when my mom would cry. These days, I’ll happily take her tears of joy," he captioned a video shared in June. "I surprised my mom and bought her a new home. Took me and my design team 8 weeks to get it ready … everything she saw was brand new and a total surprise."

Ata Johnson was filled with joy as she checked out the common area of her new house.

"Mom, there’s no greater feeling than to make you happy ~ welcome home," The Rock wrote at the time.

Contributing: Naledi Ushe

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Dwayne Johnson's mom in car accident: 'Thank you God she's OK'