Kevin Hart reportedly returned to work after being injured in a life-threatening car accident just a few weeks ago.
According to several reports, the 40-year-old star resumed his job on Monday to promote his future movie "Jumanji: The Next Level," which will be released in theaters on December 13th. However, he should take things slow, because he is not 100 percent cured.
KEVIN HART UND PASSENGERS AT AUTOCRASH LAWS ON REPORTS
According to TMZ, Hart is working hard to fulfill his duties as well as possible. He spent shooting Monday and Tuesday, but while his co-stars played for a full day, Hart was only there for two hours because of his injuries. He should stay as far away from his legs as possible because of his back injury and not be fully dressed for the filming.
KEVIN HARTS AUTO reportedly missed important safety features: REPORT on the Mulholland Highway in the Malibu Hills. Hart and the driver of the vehicle, Jared Black, suffered "severe back injuries" according to a California Highway Patrol collision report.
According to TMZ Hart broke the spine in three places and had to contract a spinal fusion. A passenger, Rebecca Broxterman, had been unhurt, reported the site.
The vehicle landed in a ditch about three meters from the side of the winding road after it had been hit by a wooden fence. The roof of the Barracuda was almost completely destroyed in the crash.
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TMZ reported that the driver was not drinking.
Fox News & # 39; Mariah Haas has contributed to this report.