Kevin Hart is reportedly 'able to walk and move his extremities' after being involved in a serious car accident in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The actor, who was not driving the car, suffered serious injuries in the crash in the Malibu Hills in California. Footage from the immediate aftermath of the accident shows emergency services attending the scene, with an eyewitness claiming that Kevin Hart’s car left the road through barriers down an embankment.
But according to The Blast, though he may have to undergo surgery, the Jumanji star suffered no spinal injuries and is expected to make a full recovery.
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Hart was a passenger in his own classic 1970s Plymouth Barracuda, called 'Menace, which being driven by the 28-year-old fiance of his wife's personal trainer, Jared Black.
Black lost control of the car which then careened off the road and smashed through fencing, before ending up in a gully 10 feet off the treacherous Mullholland Highway.
Police confirmed that the driver was not under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident.
Friends of Hart have been sending messages of support on social media, including Bryan Cranston, who starred in The Upside with Hart, Terry Crews and his Jumanji co-star Dwayne Johnson.