After being confined for ten days, Kevin Hart has been released from the hospital following his horrific car crash. The actor will undergo "intense" physical therapy for his injuries hoping to be back in Hollywood as soon as possible.
Kevin Hart has been released from the hospital where he was confined for ten days, but will now be transferred to a live-in rehabilitation facility to undergo intense physical therapy to recover from his severe back injuries.
While Kevin is positive about his recovery process, he still hopes to be home "as soon as possible," where he can start his outpatient care with the help of his wife and kids.
For now, though, he may need to stay in the rehab facility for about a week to see whether or not he'll be able to do things on his own from then on.
Kevin Hart and family in coordinated outfits during a public event. | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
Hart suffered three spinal fractures after his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda crashed somewhere in Malibu Hills last Sunday, September 1, severely injuring him and the driver of the car, Jared Black.
The sports car veered off the Mulholland Highway and crashed through a wooden fence that got them plunging down a gully at around 1 in the morning.
With Kevin and Jared at the time was a third passenger named Rebecca Broxterman, but she remained unscathed.
Following the crash, Kevin underwent emergency surgery, where they fused three areas around his spine to try and avoid any other complications.
Now that he's on the road to recovery, Kevin has been keeping a positive attitude, grateful that despite what happened, he is alive, responsive, and able to walk.
After reports saying the "Hobbes and Shaw" actor was still in excruciating pain despite being able to take small steps, his release from the hospital is a good sign that his recovery is going well.
Hart and his family enjoying a game of basketball. | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
If everything goes according to plan at the rehab facility, fans will be able to see more of Hart in no time.
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