Will Ferrell Released From Hospital After California Car Crash

Will Ferrell Released From Hospital After California Car Crash

Will Ferrell Released From Hospital After California Car Crash

Summary: Will Ferrell was the victim of a serious two-car accident on Thursday night.

Will's rep tells us he's been released from the hospital and is doing well.

The two-car rollover crash happened around 11 p.m. Thursday along Interstate 5 in Mission Viejo.

The accident involved a "limo-type SUV" and a small sedan, Captain Larry Kurtz, of the Orange County Fire Authority, told Britain's Press Association.

Additional details were not immediately available. A witness said that after the accident, one of his friends was bleeding profusely.

It has been alleged by California Highway Patrol Sergeant Richard Peacock that the driver of the other vehicle was not hurt, and was not detained or ticketed.

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Ferrell has confirmed he's OK and did not suffer any significant injuries.

Will Ferrell has been rushed to the hospital after his SUV flipped over in a scary auto crash, and HollywoodLife.com has obtained footage of the scene.

The cause of the crash is being investigated.

The actor was apparently on his way back from a "Funny or Die" event outside San Diego in which he appeared as movie character Ron Burgundy. The SUV was sideswiped by another vehicle from the right rear.

Will Ferrell was involved in a auto crash on Thursday in California.

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