Will Ferrell Released From Hospital After SUV-Flipping Accident

Will Ferrell Released From Hospital After SUV-Flipping Accident

Will Ferrell Released From Hospital After SUV-Flipping Accident

Actor Will Ferrell and three other people were transported to a hospital Thursday evening after a freeway crash in Mission Viejo involving an overturned SUV.

Ferrell was taken to hospital after the chauffeur-driven SUV he was riding in was flipped during a two-car collision.

Video obtained by TMZ shows firefighters lifting Ferrell into an ambulance while he talks on his cellphone. A rep for the actor did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

It's not clear whether he has been released from the hospital yet.

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The accident reportedly occurred at around 11 p.m. on the I-5 highway in Orange County. The funnyman's manager tells Deadline the other driver lost control after falling asleep at the wheel.

Will Ferrell has thanked the first responders who raced to the scene of his vehicle crash Thursday night and pulled him and three others from the wreckage. The CHP report also indicates that the woman, Barlow, was not wearing any safety equipment and sustained "major" injuries.

Ferrell, who starred in Anchorman, appeared as Ron Burgundy at a amusing or Die event outside of San Diego and was riding back from the event. "Very scary nevertheless very grateful everybody appears to be OK". Ferrell and Eichner talked about the upcoming primary in CA-49, and the actor appeared as Ron Burgundy from Anchorman.

Fellow Saturday Night Live alum Chris Kattan, who also starred in A Night at the Roxbury with Ferrell, tweeted a photo of the friends together and wrote: "So glad you're okay buddy!"

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