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Kevin Hart has been discharged from a Los Angeles hospital after a Sept. A 1-car accident in which he sustained serious back injuries, according to multiple reports.
People magazine, citing a source, reported that the Heart, left the hospital on Wednesday and is now in a rehabilitation center.
The heart will have to spend about a week in the establishment where he is undergoing physical therapy-with the ultimate goal of making it back to the house, so that he could begin outpatient care, sources told TMZ.
KEVIN’S HEART IS SUFFERING FROM THE ‘BIG BACK’ IN THE HILLS IN MALIBU CAR ACCIDENT: REPORT
Police sources told TMZ that the Plymouth Barracuda, which belong to the Heart and veered off the road at the Mulholland Highway in the Malibu Hills. The heart and the driver of the vehicle, Jared Black, and the suffering of “big back” by the California Highway Patrol’s collision report.
According to TMZ, his Heart is broken his back in three places and he had to have a spinal fusion procedure. A female passenger, However, Broxtermann, was not injured, and the site has been reported.
911 AUDIO FROM KEVIN’S HEART THAT THE CAR CRASH IS RELEASED
The vehicle went into a ditch about 10 feet from the edge of the winding road after it smashed through a wooden fence. The roof of the Barracuda. it was almost completely crushed in the crash.
Per TMZ, the driver was not drinking.
KEVIN HART BUYS HIMSELF, TO A CUSTOM PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA FOR HIS BIRTHDAY
Hart’s wife, Eniko, and gave an update on the star the day after the crash, telling TMZ, “it’s great. … Yup, he’s going to be just fine.”
The heart, it is an in-demand comic, and movie stars bought the car as a 40th-birthday party in July.
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Fox News’ Sasha Savitsky and Julius Young contributed to this report