Kevin Hart is slowly recovering from the devastating car crash that caused him excruciating pain. The comedian is taking baby steps to try and walk again, but he is nothing close to a full recovery.
Hart is currently receiving physical therapy at a local hospital, after undergoing surgery a couple of days ago. While this is so, he is not expected to make a full recovery anytime soon, as he is still in "excruciating pain" following the incident.
Despite this setback, Kevin has been taking his recovery on a positive note, focusing on trying to get better.
Kevin was involved in a horrible car accident over the weekend that sent his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda crashed through a wooden fence at around 1 in the morning. The "Hobbes and Shaw" actor suffered 3 spinal fractures and was unresponsive at the time of rescue.
Hart was in the passenger seat of his car at the time of the accident, as it was his friend, Jared Black, driving for him.
His longtime friends, Tiffany Haddish and Terry Crews spoke out about the horrific incident, saying their friend will be working hard to go back to the life he was living before the crash.
During this year's Harper's Bazaar Icons party, Tiffany said that he's "fine."
"He's okay. He's doing fine. As far as I know, from the last I heard, he's fine He’s already walking. He’s good."
Meanwhile, Terry Crews of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" shares that Hart would have to "rebuild his life" after the crash. The 51-year-old also shared that his friend would need a major lifestyle change after what happened.
"Basically, right now, Kevin’s gonna have to rebuild his life somewhat. It may be a little different for Kevin from here on out. I understand that. I feel that. He probably feels very alone right now."
However, Crews made sure to let Hart know that he wasn't alone and that a lot of people were rooting for his recovery.
"Just get better, man. Don't rush it. Come on back. We're waiting for you."
Get well soon, Kevin!
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