Will Ferrell Car Crash: 911 Calls Describe 'Really Bad Car Accident' That Flipped SUV

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Dramatic 911 calls from the crash that caused Will Ferrell's SUV to flip over on a California highway have been released.

The 50-year-old actor was in the chauffeured vehicle with two other passengers when it was side-swiped by another car in Orange County, Calif., last Thursday.

"Hi, there is a really bad car accident," one witness is heard telling the 911 operator. "The car flipped over!"

"What did it hit?" the operator asked. 

"A car hit it and then it hit the side of the wall and flipped over a few times," the witness said.

A second witness also called 911 to report a "bad accident" before apparently approaching the crash site.

"Wait guys, wait!" the witness is heard saying. "Wait, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Are you pinned in any way? I'm a nurse."

Ferrell was checked out by paramedics at the side of the road. Video shows him talking on his cellphone before he was loaded into an ambulance. He was taken to a hospital but did not suffer serious injuries, his rep said.

He was returning from an event in San Diego, where he appeared as Ron Burgundy from his hit film "Anchorman."

No arrests have been made as a result of the crash.


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