Kevin Hart's already walking after sustaining 3 spinal fractures from car crash
Kevin Hart, one of the most notorious comedic actors in the world, is expected to make a full recovery from his recent car crash, though the road ahead will be long and gruelling.
Hart and two of his friends, Jared Black and Rebecca Broxterman, were recently in a severe car crash which saw the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Hart had bought himself completely crushed as it swerved off into an embankment. Broxterman left the accident with little more than some emotional trauma, Hart and Black however both sustained massive back injuries.
Hart has suffered three spinal fractures, demanding a surgery in which he had the fractures fused, two of them in the thoracic section of the spine and one in his lumbar.
Lumbar fractures can often result in difficulty walking for life or even paralysis of the arms or legs. According to TMZ, Hart is expected to make a full recovery and luckily got away with no spinal cord injuries.
Hart will have months of physical rehab head of him, speaking with ET, fellow actor and colleague of Hart, Tiffany Haddish explained:
"He's OK. He's doing fine. As far as I know, from the last I heard, he's fine."
Rather unassumingly the starlet added that "He's already walking. He's good," although she did also admit that Hart's 'back gonna hurt'. This optimism was previously reaffirmed by his wife Eniko Hart, saying that he is “going to be just fine”.
TMZ continues that Hart is already going full steam ahead with his physical therapy, proving his hard work and dedication extends beyond his acting career and his six-pack. However, Hart is still said to be in tremendous pain throughout his healing process, though ever the funnyman, he’s said to be maintaining a somewhat positive mood.
The future of Hart’s thespian portfolio is up in the air right now, it’s confirmed that the Jumanji sequel he features in is all wrapped up, but other projects that are in pre-production aren’t too sure how to deal with Hart’s lengthy rehabilitation.