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- Kevin Hart was taken to a hospital early Sunday morning after his 1970s muscle car careered off the road and rolled down an embankment.
- Hart was a passenger in the vehicle along with a woman, while a man named Jared Black was driving, a California Highway Patrol collision report obtained by KNX1070 NewsRadio revealed.
- The collision report said Hart suffered a “major back injury” and was trapped in the vehicle after the accident occurred.
- Imagery of the car published by TMZ shows it looking destroyed from the front end.
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Kevin Hart has suffered a “major back injury” and was taken to a hospital after his vintage muscle car left the road and rolled into a ditch in the hills of Malibu in California.
The actor and comedian was a passenger in the vehicle along with a woman named Rebecca Broxterman, who is reportedly his wife’s personal trainer, while a man named Jared Black was driving, a California Highway Patrol collision report obtained by KNX1070 NewsRadio revealed.
.@CHPWestValley officials confirm actor/comedian @KevinHart4real was seriously injured after a friend, who was driving Hart’s 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, lost control of the car and rolled it down an embankment in Malibu Hills. @KNX1070 has obtained a copy of the CHP report. pic.twitter.com/3tbNU1pqKM
— Cooper Rummell (@KNXCooper) September 1, 2019
The report says Black lost control of Hart’s 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, which The Drive reports was customized with a Hellcat supercharged V-8 engine.
The incident occurred at 12:45 a.m. Sunday, and Black was found not to be under the influence of alcohol at the time, according to the report.
Footage obtained by TMZ, which first reported the crash, shows Hart’s Barracuda nose down in a gully.
Two of the three occupants – one being Hart – were trapped inside the vehicle, and TMZ reports that the fire department was required to saw the roof off of the car to free them.
Imagery of the car published by TMZ shows it looking destroyed from the front end.
The collision report said Hart and Black were taken to nearby hospitals to be treated for their injuries, while Broxterman “suffered only complaint of pain.”
Hart’s representatives did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.