WENATCHEE, Wash. (AP) _ Actor F. Murray Abraham was released from a hospital Sunday with a broken wrist and facial lacerations he suffered in a car crash that killed another motorist.

Abraham was driving alone Friday night on a mountain road near Wenatchee when his car collided with another at an intersection.

The other driver, Guy E. Ketzenberg of Fall City, was killed. Charles Thomas, a passenger in Ketzenberg's car, was hospitalized in serious condition with head injuries. A second passenger was treated for cuts and bruises.

Washington State Patrol Trooper Davis Richmond said no citation was issued.

Abraham, 53, of New York City was wearing a seat belt and Ketzenberg wasn't, the patrol said. Abraham was released from Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee.

Abraham won an Academy Award for best actor for the 1984 film ''Amadeus.'' He has been in the Wenatchee area working on the movie ''Surviving the Game,'' starring rapper Ice-T.