Will Ferrell rushed to hospital after vehicle crash

Will Ferrell rushed to hospital after vehicle crash

Will Ferrell rushed to hospital after vehicle crash

Actor Will Ferrell was reportedly uninjured in a Thursday night auto crash that left two other people injured.

Ferrell was riding on the I-5 freeway at 11pm in a chauffer-driven SUV with three passengers.

The actor, who's believed to have been inside the auto with three completely different people, sustained minor accidents when a Toyota veered into their lane on Interstate 5 and hit the SUV's rear correct side.

Video footage from the scene shows Ferrell sitting on the road and talking with a firefighter.

On Friday morning, Ferrell's representative told TMZ that the "Ron Burgundy" actor didn't suffer any significant injuries in the accident and was released.

Actor Will Ferrell was hospitalised after a auto accident that left two others injured, according to his representatives.

Ferrell, who starred on Saturday Night Life before beginning a lucrative film career, was rushed to the hospital and reportedly is doing well.


Ferrell and the other three people in the vehicle were taken to the hospital.

He is also "grateful for all the well wishes he and his friends are receiving".

Three men in a limousine-type SUV had minor injuries, while a 27-year-old woman had critical injuries, Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Larry Kurtz told the Associated Press. A woman in his vehicle was seen bleeding after the crash, a witness told TMZ. The accident happened when the SUV Ferrell's crew was traveling in "was struck on the freeway by another vehicle", the statement said.

TMZ said Ferrell had been returning from a amusing or Die event in San Diego.

Comedian and actor Billy Eichner, who moreover appeared on the event, tweeted on Friday: "I wasn't inside the vehicle".

Ferrell holidayed in Australia in January with his wife and friends, appearing regularly at the Australian Open where he spoke of his love of Melbourne and the Yarra Valley wine region.

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