Kevin Hart Can Walk, Expected to Make Full Recovery After Car Crash: Report
The driver of Kevin Hart's car reportedly lost control and veered off the road, crashing through a wooden fence and coming to a stop in a ditch.
Doctors are reportedly optimistic about Kevin Hart's recovery after his vintage car veered off the road and crashed into a ditch early Sunday.
The comedian was in the hospital in Los Angeles Monday, The Blast reported. Doctors are reportedly determining if he will need surgery.
The Blast reported that Hart is "able to walk and move his extremities" and that he did not suffer a spinal cord injury.
Police said 40-year-old Hart was a passenger in his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda and his friend, Jared Black, was driving on Mulholland Highway, according to multiple reports. The driver reportedly lost control and veered off the road, crashing through a wooden fence and coming to a stop in a ditch.
The driver and another passenger in the car became trapped inside the vehicle, police said.
Photos of the scene obtained by TMZ showed Hart's blue car mangled on the side of the road. The roof was crushed from the crash. Police told the tabloid the driver had not been drinking.
Hart's wife, Eniko Hart, said her husband is "going to be just fine," in a video published by TMZ.
Hart's friends and co-stars were quick to show support for the actor and send him well wishes. Dwayne Johnson shared a photo of the two of them on set, writing, "We have a lot more laughing to do together. Love you man. Stay strong."
Bryan Cranston, who starred in "The Upside" with Hart, shared a photo of them on Instagram. "Let’s all send him positive energy and healing thoughts. He’s a good human. Get well soon, brother. B,” he wrote.
And Terry Crews retweeted an article about Hart's accident, writing for him to "get well soon, brother."
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