Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Will Ferrell, 3 Others Hurt In 2-Car Crash

Will Ferrell, 3 Others Hurt In 2-Car Crash

The 50-year-old Anchorman star was taken to hospital by ambulance after his vehicle was hit by a sleepy driver on an Orange County freeway on Thursday evening local time.

Ferrell, 50, was a passenger in an SUV that overturned during a two-car accident late Thursday in Orange County, according to an accident report from the California Highway Patrol.

The crash happened on Interstate 5 when another auto struck the vehicle Ferrell was riding in, the actor's talent agency said.

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Ferrell's longtime driver, Mark Thompson, and another colleague, Carolina Barlow, remain hospitalized in stable condition.

Ferrell was taken to a hospital for unspecified injuries. The California Highway Patrol did not respond to requests Friday for more information.

Some reports stated that the female passenger was the only one who didn't wear seatbelt. The SUV was traveling in the HOV lane when it was sideswiped by a 2007 Toyota traveling the lane to the right of it, causing it to strike the center median and flip.

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TMZ reported that witnesses said Ferrell was talking on his phone as paramedics loaded him into an ambulance.

Earlier that night, the "Anchorman" star had made an appearance as title character Ron Burgundy at a Funny Or Die event with Billy Eichner in the San Diego area to promote youth turnout in the midterm elections. Ferrell, who starred on Saturday Night Life before beginning a lucrative film career, was rushed to the hospital and reportedly is doing well.

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