Kevin Hart is said to be on the mend after checking out of in-patient rehab.
Insiders say the comedian is “grateful” and “shocked” to be alive after surviving a serious car crash.
The comedian spent 10 days in hospital before going to rehab. However he is now home and said to be amazed that he walked away from the accident.
A source told TMZ: “Kevin really cherishes the fact that he’s alive, and wants to make the most of it in every respect. The crash had a huge impact on him.”
However his wife Eniko told TMZ that they’re “taking it one day at a time.”
Eniko was stopped by paparazzi whilst she stepped out to grab a cup of coffee at a Starbucks in Calabasas, California.
“He’s amazing,” she said as she made her way through the parking lot. “He will be back on track in no time.”
Hart is said to be heavily medicated to relieve the intense pain from the crippling collision.
Sources told TMZ that the Night School actor had the two fractures in his upper back and one in his lower back fused together.
Although the procedure was successful, Hart is reportedly in an unbelievable about of pain.
The popular comedian’s vintage Plymouth Barracuda was almost completely wrecked.
Hart’s vintage car careened off the road and plummeted into a ditch, leaving the Hollywood actor with major back injuries.
The shocking crash occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning in the hills of Malibu.
Hart was the passenger in a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda with his wife’s personal trainer Rebecca Broxterman, 31, and her fiancé Jared Black, 28.
Black, who was driving, lost control of the car as he came down a hill off of Mulholland Highway around 1am.
Black and Broxterman were left trapped inside the wreckage of the vehicle.
“Hart and Black sustained major back injuries as a result of this collision and were transported and treated at nearby hospitals,” Highway Patrol said in a report.
Hart’s car smashed into a wooden fence, crushing the roof on impact.
The top of the classic ride was completely torn off and with a smashed windshield on top of a missing hood.
Most of the body of the vehicle was still intact despite major dents on the trunk and side doors.