Kevin Hart Can Walk, Expected to Make Full Recovery After Car Crash


Dwayne"The Rock Johnson and Kevin Hart

Actor-comedian Kevin Hart is recovering well after back surgery following the horrific auto crash, said his wife Eniko.

Hart's wife, Eniko Parrish, told TMZ in a video interview on Monday that her husband was "going to be just fine". She gave no details beyond that assurance, and the actor's press representatives did not immediately return messages seeking comment.

Actor and comedian Kevin Hart was recently involved in an automobile accident in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The driver and another passenger in the auto became trapped inside the vehicle, police said.

Both Hart and Black suffered "major back injuries" in the crash, according to CNN's report.

Black, 28, was the driver in the horrifying accident that happened on Mulholland Highway in the Malibu Hills, the Department of California Highway Patrol's Report Of Collision News Release showed.

As horrific as the crash was, it's made incredible by the fact that Hart was apparently able to free himself from the wreck...and make it to his nearby home on foot to call for help. Rebecca, a personal trainer whose clients include Kevin's wife Eniko, was much luckier, suffering only minor injuries. "Love you man. Stay strong".

Dwayne Johnson, who co-starred in Jumanji: Welcome to Jungle, wrote on Instagram 'Stop messing with my emotions brother @kevinhart4real.

Cranston, 63, posted a photo with Hart on Instagram, captioning it, "Let's all send him positive energy and healing thoughts". Police had to cut out the driver side of the vehicle to extract Black, who was stuck to his seat.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor, Terry Crews also posted on Twitter asking Hart to "Get well soon, brother".

Bryan Cranston, who starred in "The Upside" with Hart, shared a photo of them on Instagram. We hope hart gets better soon and spreads more laughter with his sense of humor.

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