Dwayne Johnson gives an update on Kevin Hart after his vehicle accident

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Johnson went on to say: "And you know what? These things happen in life".

"Pay attention, I'm exclusively kidding". And you know what? I'm gonna let my body do what it do and heal itself.' And look, I'm rocking high heels and I'm walking. "It could've been a lot worse", Johnson said. He's a lucky man. And he knows it too.

Harts classic muscle auto ended up deep in a gully, about 10 feet off the road leaving, the comedian and two other people trapped in the vehicle. It rolled down an embankment. The vehicle smash, in LA, left him with the fractured spine at three places.

He even teased 40-year-old Hart about his recovery, saying he spoke to his "pediatrician".

Fortunately Kevin, driver Jared Black and Black's fiancee Rebecca, who had been additionally within the automobile on the time of the collision, managed to flee alive.

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Another source said that Hart's wife, Eniko Parrish, is not yet ready to talk about the accident and his road to recovery. Kevin has three fractured parts of his spine, and the injuries are serious. News on September 2 that "He's good".

As a close friend and frequent collaborator, we imagine the Rock is pretty informed of what's going on and according to him, everything's alright at the moment, with Kevin said to be doing "very well".

"He's doing fine", Haddish told Entertainment Tonight while at the Harper's Bazaar ICONS Event in New York City. Tiffany Haddish spoke to ET and said, "He's already walking".

As RadarOnline.com reported, Hart, 40, was a passenger in a auto with driver Jared S. Black and his wife's personal trainer when the horrifying accident occurred.

It swerved off Mulholland Highway in Malibu Hills, crashing through a wooden fence and falling into a gully around 1 a.m. last Sunday.

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