Scary moments for actor Will Ferrell, after being involved in a frightening car crash on the freeway. His manager telling Deadline he has since been released from the hospital and is doing just fine.
Will Ferrell was hospitalized after a two-vehicle car crash Thursday night, according to reports.
Ferrell can be seen in the back of an ambulance in footage shared by TMZ.
A report from the California Highway Patrol obtained by the Associated Press states that a 2007 Toyota vehicle struck the tail of the SUV believed to have been transporting Ferrell on the right, causing it to roll over after colliding with the center divider.
Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Larry Kurtz told the AP the three male passengers in the SUV sustained minor injuries. A 27-year-old woman, who was not wearing her seatbelt, suffered critical injuries, AP reports. The outlet also says the driver of the Toyota walked away unharmed.
Earlier in the evening Ferrell appeared as his Anchorman character Ron Burgundy at a Funny Or Die event, as documented on social media. Billy Eichner also appeared on the event’s bill.
Eichner tweeted Friday he was not in the car with Ferrell, who he said is OK.
“Will and everyone are ok. Very scary but very thankful everyone is ok,” he wrote.
Actor Jason Alexander offered his condolences to Ferrell on Twitter. “Thoughts and love out to Will Ferrell and his friends and family today,” he wrote. “Quick healing. Godspeed.”
USA TODAY has reached out to Ferrell’s rep for comment. The Public Information Officer for the Fresno division of the California Highway Patrol was unavailable for comment.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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