Kevin Hart car crash 911 call reveals extent of ‘incoherent’ comedian’s injuries

‘I don’t know what happened, but he can’t move’

Jacob Stolworthy
Thursday 05 September 2019 09:40
911 call released from Kevin Hart's car crash

The 911 call made after Kevin Hart’s car crash has been released and it reveals the extent of the actor’s injuries.

The Today show obtained the audio, in which an anonymous woman tells the operator the comedian is “not coherent at all”.

She adds: “I don’t know what happened. He’s just here. He can’t move.”

The Jumanji star was one of three people travelling in his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda when it drove off Malibu’s Mulholland Highway and rolled down an embankment on Sunday (1 September) night.

Hart, who was left with “major back injuries”, was in the passenger seat at the time. His friend, Jared Black, was reportedly driving while Black’s fiancé, 31-year-old Rebecca Broxterman, was also in the car.

Police determined that Black was not intoxicated at the time of the accident.

The call was reportedly made 20 minutes after the incident had occurred.

Eniko Parrish, Hart’s wife, shared an update on the comedian’s condition, saying that he was “going to be just fine”.

She said that Hart was awake, but not lively and joking just yet. However, she added that he was in “good spirits”.

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