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Kevin Hart is blessed to be alive and riding again, after a near-fatal car accident

to connectVideoKevin Hart suffers from the ‘big back’ during a late-night car crash

The comedian was said to be seriously injured while riding as a passenger in his own classic car.

That is, it is not only the sound of a ’69 Camaro roared to life.

Comedian Kevin Hart was spotted on Saturday and laugh, and be healthy to get behind the wheel of that vintage ride, just a few weeks after surviving a terrible car crash, a video of which was obtained by the Post show.

“I’m good, man,” Hart said. “I feel great. I am blessed to be alive, brother.”

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“The Night School” of the actuator, as seen in the wearing of the full take-out bags from the Le Pain Quotidien at a Calabasas shopping mall, proved to be running well. But, he said, is that it is going to take a bit of patience to get to see him perform comedy all over again.

“It’s a process, it is going to take some time to complete,” Hart said. “Right now, I am relaxing, enjoying the family, and restore them. And that’s all that matters right now.”

Kevin Hart gave an update on his health following a near-fatal car accident a couple of weeks ago.
(Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

He was laughing at a friend who accompanied him to shopping as he gets in the car, which does not seem to have been in a shoulder harness.

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Hearts are broken, his back in three places and his friend, Jared Black, destroyed the Heart, A 1970 Plymouth Barracuda at the end of September.

Black, driving recklessly, authorities said. However, Black and his wife is that Plymouth is not in the correct safety seat belts, or air bags, and the plan is to continue with their best friend.

The heart was kept in the hospital for about 10 days before you have to have a live-in rehab facility to complete the physical therapy, was able to return home at the end of September.

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The actress, who recently posted an emotional video in which the accident occurred, back to work on “Jumanji” sequel is in the beginning of October.

This article was originally published on Page Six.

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