'Jumanji' Star Kevin Hart Released From Hospital After Car Crash

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Setiembre 14, 2019

He reportedly suffered three fractures in his spine, but doctors believe that he is good enough to leave the hospital and enter a rehab facility where he is to stay throughout the recuperation period.

Ten days after being involved in a horrifying vehicle crash, famous comedian and actor Kevin Hart has finally been discharged from the California hospital where he underwent surgery for the severe back injuries he obtained from the accident.

Hart was hospitalized on September 1 for "major back injuries" suffered when his friend, Jared Black, reportedly lost control of his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.

According to TMZ, the 40-year-old film star is out of the hospital and now at a live-in rehabilitation facility doing intense physical therapy to recover from his auto crash injuries and surgery. Rebecca Broxterman, Black's fiancée and the next passenger in the auto or truck, suffered "small" accidents, according to a collision report.

Directed by Jake Kasdan from a script he co-wrote with Jake Kasdan & Jeff Pinkner & Scott Rosenberg, Jumanji: The Next Level stars Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, Nick Jonas, Awkwafina, Ser'Darius Blain, Madison Iseman, Morgan Turner, Alex Wolff, with Danny Glover and Danny DeVito.

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The Rock first joked that he linked with Kevin right this moment, whom he refers to his son. These things happen in life, and thank God he was strapped in tight to his vehicle seat. And honestly, I mean, thank God, it could've been a lot worse.

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

Hart was one of three people involved in a recent crash in Calabasas, California, according to a California Highway Patrol incident report obtained by CNN. He is a lucky man.

Eniko's comments come one day after a report claimed Hart was asking his inner circle to downplay his injuries. "I wish him the best", he added.

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