(CNN) -- The driver who collided with a vehicle driven by Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps will be cited for failure to stop at a red light, police said Friday.
Michael Phelps' black Cadillac Escalade collided with another vehicle at an intersection, police say.
But the gold medal winner will also be cited -- for failure to present a valid driver's license and for failure to establish a Maryland residency and obtain a Maryland driver's license -- in connection with his involvement Thursday in a car wreck, police said Friday.
At the scene, he presented a Michigan driver's license, which police determined "was not valid," said Baltimore, Maryland, police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.
Phelps was driving one of two vehicles that collided at an intersection about 9 p.m., Guglielmi said.
The female driver of the second vehicle was transported to a local hospital as a precaution, Guglielmi said. Phelps and his two passengers were uninjured.
Video from CNN affiliate WBAL showed Phelps' black Cadillac Escalade at the crash site. Watch wrecked cars at the intersection »
Phelps won a record eight gold medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. Earlier this year, he was suspended from organized competitive swimming after a photo of him holding a bong -- a device commonly used to smoke marijuana -- surfaced in February.
CNN's Scott Spoerry contributed to this report.
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