Kevin Hart Car Crash 911 Call Released The comedian was “not coherent at all,” according to the caller.

Two 911 calls have been released in connection to Kevin Hart‘s recent life-threatening car crash.

As previously reported, the comedian is currently recovering from back surgery after the incident, which took place earlier this week near his Los Angeles home.

According to TMZ, Hart suffered three spinal fractures that have since been repaired. However, he remains in a heavily medicated state and is said to be in intense pain.

In the first 911 call, two other people were said to be in the car with him: his wife Eniko Parrish‘s personal trainer, Rebecca, and her fiancé, Jared, both of whom were trapped under the smashed-in roof, which was eventually cut off to free them. Hart, according to the first caller, either freed himself or was assisted in doing so by his security that later arrived at the scene of the crash.

An unidentified woman made the second call, which was more recently released, inside the comic’s home. During the call, she asked for an ambulance for Hart before saying he “couldn’t move” and was “not coherent at all.” 

This caller also said the accident took place 20 minutes prior to calling, “outside of our gated community.” However, as the clip indicated, based on the call record, it was made 90 minutes after the police report claimed the accident occurred.

As indicated in the clip, the first 911 call, which was released a couple of days ago, was made by a male witness.

Hart’s wife, Eniko Parrish, recently said he is “doing great” and “will be fine.”

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