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Kevin Hart Suffers ‘Major’ Injuries In L.A. Car Crash

Kevin Hart Suffers ‘Major’ Injuries In L.A. Car Crash”

In an interview on Joe Rogan's podcast, comedian Kevin Hart talked about the old social media posts where he used homophobic slurs and language that upset many in the LGBTQ community.

Kevin Hart was treated for injuries after getting into a vehicle accident in the early hours of September 1, according to TMZ, who has photos of the damage.

However, police say that both Hart and the driver suffered "major back injuries" in the crash, while a third person in the auto, a female, did not require medical treatment.

TMZ posted photos from the accident scene, which it described as "the winding and treacherous Mulholland Highway" not far from Hart's Malibu home. As a result, the Plymouth Barracuda ran through a wooden fence and down into a deep ditch.

The roof of the Barracuda was nearly completely crushed in the crash.

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Kevin was the first passenger that escaped the vehicle.

A female passenger in the vehicle reportedly was unhurt.

Cops say that the driver had not been under the influence of alcohol during the accident. The other passenger did not need medical treatment. A member of his security team then showed up in an SUV and picked him up, according to a witness.

Hart purchased the vehicle involved in the accident back in July as a 40th birthday present to himself.



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