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Actor and comedian Kevin Hart was on Sunday involved in a car crash that left him and another with “severe back injuries”, a report by CNN has confirmed.
According to an incident report obtained by the publication, Hart’s car rolled down a bank in Calabasas, California after driver Jared Black lost control of the vehicle.
The pair were then taken to a hospital for treatment, while a third passenger was unhurt.
The news got Hart trending on Twitter, with fans offering prayer and support for the comedian’s recovery.
— AlgorithmsNG (@Algorithms_NG) September 1, 2019
Prayers for Kevin Hart man! @KevinHart4real
— Marcus Stroman (@MStrooo6) September 2, 2019
Some also tweeted pictures of the accident, which involved Hart’s 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.
KEVIN HART SURVIVED THIS DAMAGING CAR ACCIDENT WITH SERIOUS BACK INJURIES… SAYING MANY PRAYERS FOR HIM AND HIS FRIEND 🙏🙏🙏 TMROCK 📸 💦 pic.twitter.com/PeCZLUbdFG
— TINA MARIE MONTGOMERY (@TheMommaBear54) September 1, 2019
— THat_BoY_LonDon 👑 (@THatBoYLonDon1) September 1, 2019
— Esther Nene (@OnlyNene__) September 2, 2019
“He’s a human being who stood up to cancel culture and survived. Having faith that he can fight through his major injuries and survive this as well. We have to treat people better, ” said social media activist and doctor, Eugene Gu, MD, referring to controversy surrounding Hart, the Oscars and homophobic tweets he once made.
Kevin Hart has really suffered so much. I’m hoping he recovers from this disastrous car accident. He’s a human being who stood up to cancel culture and survived. Having faith that he can fight through his major injuries and survive this as well. We have to treat people better.
— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) September 1, 2019
Despite the “cancel culture” he faced last year, it’s clear that Kevin Hart still has a strong following and many supporters, and they’re all hoping for a quick recovery.
Feature image: screenshot, Netflix via YouTube