TMZ: Will Ferrell released from hospital following serious auto accident in California

TMZ: Will Ferrell released from hospital following serious auto accident in California

Will Ferrell, star of Zoolander (Jacobim Mugatu), Elf (Buddy), Anchorman (Ron Burgundy), and The LEGO Movie (President Business), was involved in a major auto accident Thursday night, reports TMZ. According to the report, he was taken to Mission Hospital for minor injury treatment.

The two-vehicle crash occurred just south of Alicia Parkway about 10:55 p.m., Orange County Fire Authority Larry Kurtz said.

Footage obtained by TMZ showed Ferrell talking on his cellphone as he was stretchered into an ambulance.

The 50-year-old star was travelling in a large SUV before the vehicle flipped as he was travelling through Orange County, California.

Ferrell's representative told TMZ the actor was not seriously hurt and was released from the hospital Friday morning.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, all four individuals in Ferrell's auto sustained injuries but none are thought to be life-threatening.

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We previously knew that Will's SUV was flipped in a two-car accident when it was sideswiped from the right rear, as TMZ first reported. The driver of the Toyota was unharmed.

Billy Eichner, who hosted the voter registration event, tweeted Friday he was not in the vehicle with Ferrell, who he said is OK.

The cause of the crash was under investigation by the CHP, who said alcohol and drugs do not seem to be a factor in the incident. "Very scary but very thankful everyone is OK".

Ferrell's auto then overturned.

Fans on Twitter wished Ferrell a speedy recovery.

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