Kevin Hart released from hospital after spine-breaking car crash

Kevin Hart released from hospital after spine-breaking car crash

Kevin Hart released from hospital after spine-breaking car crash

According to new reports, Kevin Hart is no longer in the hospital after spending 10 days there following his scary auto crash on September 1. TMZ reports that he is now at a live-in rehab facility where he will undergo intense physical therapy. He will then start outpatient care at home.

Kevin Hart fans can breathe another big sigh of relief, as can Hart himself, as he's been released from the hospital after being held there for the last week and a half or so.

As E! News previously reported, Hart was in the passenger seat of his vintage muscle auto when the driver, friend Jared Black, veered off Mulholland Highway in Malibu, Calif. and landed in a ditch.

Whereas sources mentioned Hart may face at the least 4 months of bodily remedy, it appears he's already feeling good as new!

The "Jumanji" star has been recovering well from all of his injuries.

Thankfully, the procedure was a success and he is expected to make a full recovery as such fractures can often lead to difficulties walking or even partial paralysis of the limbs. "He's just here. He's not coherent at all", before adding, "He can't move".

Kevin Hart's friend, Jared Black was behind the wheel when the accident occurred.

Black also sustained suffered serious back injuries in the accident but his fiancee Rebecca Broxterman who was also in the auto escaped unharmed. "Thank God. I am glad, he is fine and he is awake", Parrish said.

Hart has yet to speak out or issue a statement about the accident.

Patrol officers determined that Black was not under the influence of alcohol at the time of the collision.

He said: "Everything is good, I spoke with Kevin, I actually refer to him as my son".

The A-list actor, who actually cut his honeymoon short to come on the talk show on behalf of Kevin, continued, "I love the guy, he's one of my best friends". He is a lucky man.

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