Wednesday, 16 October, 2019

Kevin Hart crash report reveals reckless driving, no seat belts

Kevin Hart Finally Speaks Out One Month After Car Accident Report says driver’s recklessness caused crash injuring Kevin Hart
Adrian Cunningham | 12 October, 2019, 04:13

On Thursday, Hart released a statement through his attorney, mentioning Jared Black and his fianceé, Rebecca Broxterman, the two other individuals who were in the auto when the accident occurred.

Jared Black was driving Hart's 1970 Plymouth Barracuda in Los Angeles when he accelerated into a turn on Mulholland Highway and lost control of the vehicle, according to the report from California Highway Patrol.

Soon after news broke that Hart had been rushed to Northridge Hospital Medical Center with major injuries, Hollywood sent its love and well wishes to him via social media. Hart is expected to be in the Jumanji sequel, although his attorney states that his client is not officially back to work after Hart was seen doing promo shots for the film.

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It has been determined that reckless driving was the cause of Kevin Hart's near-fatal accident in California, which resulted in the star requiring months of physical rehabilitation and major surgeries to fix his back. According to the CHP's investigators, further evidence collected from the Plymouth indicated no one had been wearing a seat belt. Sources told the outlet the souped-up Barracuda (the actor reportedly added a 6.4L Hemi V-8 engine, sport tires, and custom gauges) didn't have any mechanical issues; Black allegedly gunned the engine and lost control, causing the vehicle to spin out and crash through a fence and into an embankment.

Apparently, Hart was riding shotgun in a auto "not outfitted to carry rear-seat passengers", the report reads.

The report reiterated that Black was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The sides were also smashed, and some doors couldn't be opened. First responders had to remove Black and Broxterman, who were trapped inside. "Jumanji: The Next Level" is scheduled for release in December. It remains to be seen how involved Hart will be in the promotional tour.