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.
Kevin Hart, the wife, Eniko, and gave an update about the star’s condition, after a car accident on the weekend that left him hospitalized with a back injury.
The “Jumanji” star, 40, was suffering from a “severe back injury”, according to a California Highway Patrol collision report, and after his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, rode Mulholland Highway and rolled down an embankment Sunday night. The heart was in the passenger seat at the time. The driver, a 31-year-old, But Broxtermann, was not intoxicated at the time of the crash.
TMZ reporters caught up with Hart’s wife, after she was found to have gone on a coffee run at the hospital.
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“He’s been great,” a clearly drained Eniko told reporters. “Yup, he’s going to be just fine.”
She explained to me that the Heart is awakened, but it is not vivid, and a lot of jokes to do it just yet. However, he was in a good mood.
Kevin Hart has reportedly been in good spirits and is expected to fine after a serious car accident.
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Sources tell the outlet that the percentage of success to return to an operation on the Heart, Sunday in the evening. He is reportedly expected to stay in the hospital for a few days while he recovers, so that the doctors can keep an eye on him.
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The CHP report says the car went out of control turned out to be a canyon road out to the highway. Photos of the incident show that the roof of the car is almost totally crushed in the impact.
TMZ previously reported that the Heart was the first one to get out of the vehicle after the crash, when a member of his security team allegedly picked him up in an SUV. He was reportedly taken to a nearby house for medical treatment, before he checked himself into a hospital, where he remains at this time.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.