Drew Barrymore Unhurt in Hit-and-Run
Actress followed the other car and got the license plate number
The collision occurred shortly before noon as Barrymore was driving near Gardner Street and Santa Monica Boulevard, said Sgt. Kristin Aloma of the West Hollywood Sheriff's Station.
Barrymore followed the hit-and-run vehicle after her car was rear-ended and got its license plate number, Aloma said.
Police are trying to track down the driver, Aloma said.
Barrymore, 33, a Golden Globe nominee, is best known for her roles in films such as "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial", "Scream," "Charlie's Angels" and "Never Been Kissed."