Kevin was first out of the vehicle, and according to a witness, a member of his security team showed up in an SUV and picked him up. Hart reportedly went home before being taken to the hospital, not realizing the severity of his injuries.
Hart and his Laugh Out Loud Network have teamed with the upcoming streamer for a series titled "Action Scene." Hart will executive produce in addition to starring.
Kevin Hart alongside Quibi's cast Source: New York Post
Jeff Clanagan, Laugh Out Loud's president and Hart's long-time business partner, will serve as a producer on the project. Dave Becky will also executive produce.
On Set Accident.
The star is currently shooting for the show. Just seven months after he was involved in a severe car accident. The comedian and actor shared a brief clip of himself taking a tumble while making his Quibi series Die Hart.
Recently, on Instagram, Hart posted a clip of him tripping on the set and needing some help to get back up. With caption
"When you think you got everything under control and you don't, Life of an ACTION STAR DAMN IT!!!! P.S S— hurt."
Regardless of the small fumble on set Hart has shown a miraculous recovery. Last week, he celebrated getting back to boxing by sharing a video of him boxing with a trainer.
"It's all coming back....slowly but surely," Hart wrote. "Patience is what's most important at this point. Is it easy? Absolutely not....but I'm loving every minute of it. The journey to becoming a greater me continues."
Kevin Hart for Men's health Magazine Source: men's Health
In February, Hart told Men's Health, the biggest challenge has been staying patient during recovery.
Watch: Kevin Hart talk about his car accident on Jimmy Kimmel
The actor was seen on the big screen in Jumanji: The Next Level. And most recently, hart was seen on stage at a live show recently, to which fans expressed their thoughts on how graceful Kevin looks and how gracefully he's aging.