Will Ferrell Released From Hospital After Accident On California Highway

Will Ferrell Released From Hospital After Accident On California Highway

He has since been released and a rep for the actor told TMZ he suffered no significant injuries and is doing well.

"While traveling back to Los Angeles after hosting a voter registration event in San Diego, a auto carrying Will Ferrell and three of his colleagues was struck on the freeway by another vehicle", read a statement Ferrell's representatives from United Talent Agency. That sideswiping caused the SUV to veer into the center divider and caused the vehicle to overturn. The CHP said Ferrell was taken to Mission Hospital. The driver of the other vehicle, a 2007 Toyota, apparently was not hurt.

Summary: Will Ferrell was the victim of a serious two-car accident on Thursday night. The vehicle was side-swiped by another auto and flipped over.

The actor was on his way home from a San Diego event encouraging people to vote where he appeared as his infamous Anchorman newsreader character Ron Burgundy.

North Carolina father-daughter couple and infant child all killed, officials say
Steven Pladl, 43, was discovered dead inside a auto parked in Dover, New York, at 8.40am on Thursday (US time). Pladl's wife - Katie's biological mother - moved out, telling police he planned to Wednesday their daughter.

An investigation is continuing, but alcohol and drugs were not determined to be a factor, CHP public information officer Rafael Reynoso told NBC News.

Actor Will Ferrell talks on a cellphone as he is loaded into an ambulance after an accident on a highway in Southern California on April 12, 2018, in this image capture from video.

Comedian and actor Billy Eichner, who also appeared at the event, tweeted on Friday: "I wasn't in the auto".

Ferrell's manager did not immediately return phone and email messages seeking comment.

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