Kevin Hart is walking again after an operation after a car accident on Mulholland Highway
Kevin Hart has started walking again after a back operation after a car accident.
The 40-year-old comedian walked slowly and started this weekend with physiotherapy in the hospital, according to an article on Saturday TMZ.
Kevin was injured in a car accident on Sunday, September 1, when his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda rolled down an embankment on Mulholland Highway near Calabasas, California.
Walking again: Kevin Hart, shown in Las Vegas in July 2017, has started walking again after a back operation after a car accident
He underwent surgery after three spinal cord fractures.
Kevin was a passenger while his friend Jared Black drove and Jared also suffered severe back injury.
Jared & # 39; s fiance Rebecca Broxterman was also in the car, but she was not injured.
Kevin remains unbearable pain, but has maintained a relatively positive attitude because, according to TMZ, he is heading a long way to recovery.
Close call: The comedian was a passenger in his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda when he came off the Mulholland Highway early Sunday in the Malibu Hills area
The friend of the comedian Tiffany Haddish, 39, said on Friday that he was doing well after the operation.
& # 39; He's fine. He is doing well. As far as I know, he is fine, & Tiffany said Entertainment tonight at the ICONS event of Harper & # 39; s Bazaar in New York City.
& # 39; He's already running. He's good, & she added.
Muscle car: the muscle car was reportedly only equipped with old school hip belts
Kevin is expected to spend months with physical rehab, so it is likely that his busy work schedule, including the five announced projects being announced, will be affected by his recovery.
Kevin & # 39; s wife, Eniko, 35, recently assured fans that her husband & # 39; was fine & # 39; is.
She said: & # 39; He's great. He'll be fine. & # 39;
Eniko – who has 22-year-old son Kenzo with Kevin – has said he is awake and talking, but needs to stay in the hospital for a while to recover from surgery and recover from the stress of the crash.
On the better hand: Kevin, pictured in Australia in June 2019, plans to move to a rehabilitation center early next week, or possibly during the weekend
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