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

Actor and comedian Will Ferrell was in a serious auto accident in Orange County, California last night.

Ferrell, 50, was traveling down I-5 freeway in Orange County late Thursday in a chauffeur-driven SUV when it was side-swiped by another vehicle, TMZ reported.

Larry Kurtz of the Orange County Fire Authority wouldn't reveal the names of the passengers in the SUV, but he confirmed to HuffPost that the vehicle carried three men in their 40s to 50s and one woman in her 20s.

The voter registration event was hosted by amusing or Die, and the comedy site had Ferrell arrive at the event dressed as his Anchorman character Ron Burgandy.

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The crash occurred about 10:55 p.m. Thursday south of Alicia Parkway, according to the California Highway Patrol. Ferrell did not suffer any serious injury according to the report.

According to TMZ, Will Ferrell, 50, was involved in a serious auto accident on Thursday night on his way home. Will's longtime driver, Mark Thompson, and his other colleague Carolina Barlow, remain hospitalized in stable condition. Though it's unclear what vehicle they came from, police later confirmed to TMZ that drugs and alcohol didn't play a factor in Thursday's wreck. He appeared as his "Anchorman" character Ron Burgundy alongside Billy Eichner, who hosted the evening. The actor reportedly wore a fake Masters green jacket to the basketball game.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the four people in his SUV all suffered injuries and were taken to the hospital.

Ferrell's manager did not immediately return phone and email messages seeking comment.

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