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Kevin Hart ‘will require round-the-clock medical support’ after hospital release

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Kevin Hart is set to be released from hospital after fracturing his spine in three places, following a horror car crash.

The 40-year-old actor and comedian is set to be discharged from a Los Angeles hospital but there is still a long way to go in his recovery.

It is believed that Hart will be released on Wednesday, after his surgery was successful but will still require ’round-the-clock’ medical support.

The Blast has reported that the Jumanji star will have a back brace fitted, for support, after he is released.

He has progressed enough that he will not a require a wheelchair to aid his mobility

It has also been reported that Hart will be required to check into the hospital as an out patient, at least three times a week, as his transition to life back home happens.

As Hart continues his rehabilitation, it has been decide that a medical professional will be with him at all time, until it is deemed that he is well enough to be able to cope independently.

It is thought that it will be at least four months before Hart can take on any new work, with reports that surgeons fused his spine in three places, following multiple fractures.

Hart suffered the injuries after his classic car careered off the road and into a ditch in the early hours of September 1.

He was a passenger in his highly-powered Plymouth Barracuda when it veered off the road on the Mulholland Highway in the Malibu Hills, California…Continue Reading