Transcript for Kevin Hart opens up on recovery from car crash
We'll get the latest on Kevin hart's recovery. He posted a personal look at the challenges he's faced after his September car crash. Amy is here with the video. The first time we're hearing from him since the crash in California and this morning, he has a message saying he is thankful for his life and all of those who helped him get to this point. No matter how much you think you're in control you're not in control. Reporter: Overnight Kevin hart giving the world an inside look into his recovery nearly two months after his vintage 1970 plymouth barracuda rolled down an embankment with him and two others inside. The accident sending him to the hospital with major back injuries, fracturing his spine in three places. The craziest things that happen to you end up being the thing that you needed most. Reporter: Hart posting a two-minute documentary-style video on his Instagram revealing an intimate journey starting with him in the hospital and later progressing through a grueling rehabilitation. After my accident I see things differently. I see life from a whole new perspective. The California highway patrol determined the cause was reckless driving. The driver sustained injuries but his fiancee was able to walk away. Hart has no plans to due plaque and has no ill will towards his friend. In the recovery video he expresses gratitude for the encouragement from his fans. Don't take today for granted because tomorrow is not promised. More importantly, I'm thankful for god. Thankful for life. Thankful for simply still being here. Now, the California highway patrol ruled that none of the passengers in the car were wearing their seat belts. Hart's recovery is very remarkable considering the accident happened nearly two months ago but, again, another warning to wear seat belts, to drive safely and to appreciate today. Yeah, glad he's doing as well as he is. Exactly. Thanks for bringing that to
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