Pages

Thursday, 12 September 2019

KELVIN HART OUT OF DANGER, LEAVES HOSPITAL AFTER SURVIVING CAR ACCIDENT

Kevin Hart is finally out of the hospital after spending close to two weeks for injuries sustained during a freak car accident.[Instagram/KevinHart4Real]




Kevin Hart is finally out of the hospital after spending close to two weeks over injuries sustained during a freak car accident.
According to TMZ, the comedian and actor have been moved to a physical therapy facility where he would be undergoing further treatment. 
The report also says Kevin is "glad" to get out of the L.A. hospital he's called home for 10 days. He has a positive attitude, saying, "I'm grateful to be alive." He's at the rehab joint right now, and the goal we're told is to get him home "as soon as possible," where he can start outpatient care.
According to TMZ, the comedian and actor have been moved to a physical therapy facility where he would be undergoing further treatment.[Instagram/KevinHart4Real]

There are indications that Kevin Hart will be spending at most a week at the physical therapy facility. Recall that less than 24 hours ago, it was revealed that the comedian would be leaving the hospital for the unidentified facility. 
Kevin Hart got involved in a car crash about 10 days. He was not the only one in the car as he was accompanied by a close friend and two other people.
Kevin Hart's friend, Jared Black was behind the wheel when the accident occurred. Also in the car at the time of the accident was Rebecca Broxterman, 31, Hart and his wife’s personal trainer.
The car, an electric blue 1970 Plymouth Barracuda which Hart got for himself as a recent birthday gift crashed through a wooden fence and plunged down a gully.

Radar Online reports that Black was turning when he “immediately lost control of the vehicle, and the Plymouth left the road and rolled over down the northern embankment.” 
It also reports that minutes after the accident, two of the occupants were trapped in the car while the driver and Kevin Hart were able to get out of the car to seek medical help from a nearby resident.

No comments:

Post a Comment