Will Ferrell injured after 2-car crash in California


Will Ferrell was involved in two-vehicle auto crash Thursday night, according to reports.

The actor was seen taking into the ambulance on a stretcher but was also on the phone TMZ reported.

As of 7:40 a.m. (PT), TMZ wrote that Ferrell has since been released from the hospital and didn't suffer any significant injuries.

The actor was on his way home from a San Diego event encouraging people to vote where he appeared as his infamous Anchorman newsreader character Ron Burgundy. The other three suffered minor injuries.

Will Ferrell, 50, was transported to the hospital on April 12 following a terrifying vehicle accident in Aliso Viejo, CA, as the California Highway Patrol confirms to Variety. Ferrell, 50, was one of three passengers in the chauffer-driven SUV.

Ferrell was released Friday morning.

The Toyota hit the rear right side of the SUV, causing it lose control, hit the center divider and overturn.

One witness said there was a woman passenger in Ferrell's auto who was "bleeding profusely" after the accident.

TMZ first reported that Ferrell and two others were taken to the hospital.

"California Highway Patrol is investigating the incident".

Ferrell's supervisor has not returned a request for comment.

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.