Kevin Hart’s car crash 911 audio depicts actor as 'not coherent'

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Kevin Hart. (Photo: Getty/Gallo)
Kevin Hart. (Photo: Getty/Gallo)

Cape Town - The 911 call made after Kevin Hart’s horrific crash has been released.

In the audio obtained by the Today Show, an unidentified female can be heard frantically asking paramedics to assist the 40-year-old comedian.

"I need someone to come get him," the woman told the emergency operator.

When the operator asked the panic-stricken woman about the details of the incident she said, "I don’t know what happened. He’s just here. He’s not coherent at all. He can’t move."

The caller, who reportedly phoned emergency services 20 minutes after the accident, then went on to explain that the accident occurred outside a gated community, People writes.

The comedian was the passenger in his friend, Jared Black’s car when the accident occurred and sustained “major back injuries”, according to reports.

Police determined that Jack, who was driving the car, wasn’t intoxicated according to the Independent.

Read more here: Kevin Hart sustains 'major back injuries' after being involved in serious car crash

Kevin’s wife, Eniko Parrish, recently updated fans on the Jumanji actor’s health.

"He's great," she told E News. "He's going to be just fine. He's good. Everybody’s good."

Sources: Today Show, E News, Independent

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