It is not just the sound of a "Camaro that happened to be alive".
Comedian Kevin Hart discovered Saturday and laughed and sat behind the wheel on his vintage trip – just weeks after surviving a horrific car accident, a video of the Post shows.
"I'm fine, man," Hart said. "I feel great. I am blessed to be alive, brother."
KEVIN HART POST'S INSPIRATION VIDEO DETAILS HIS RECOVERY FROM CARS
Actor "Night School", seen with the bear on Pain Quotidien at a Calabasas mall seemed to be going well, but he said it will take some patience to see him perform comedy again.
"It's a process, it's going to take some time," Hart said. , [I’m] relaxing, enjoying the family and recovering. That's all that matters right now. "
He then laughs at a friend who accompanied him to shop when he gets into the car, which does not appear to have a shoulder belt.
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Hart cracked the spine in three places after his friend Jared Black destroyed Hart & # 39; s 1970 Plymouth Barracuda in September.
Black was driving recklessly, authorities said. But Black and his wife claim that Plymouth did not have proper seat belts or airbags, and plans to sue his friend.
Hart was hospitalized for about ten days before going to a rehabilitation facility to complete physical therapy, then being able to return home in late September.
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The movie star, who recently published an emotional video describing the accident, returned to work on her "Jumanji sequel in early October."
] This article originally appeared on page Six.