Kevin Hart is strolling however remains hospitalized after auto collision, source says

Kevin Hart is consistently recuperating after his overwhelming accident mishap, yet he's not exactly prepared to return home presently. 

ET has discovered that the Jumanji: The Next Level star remains hospitalized in the wake of enduring major back wounds because of a startling auto wreck on Sept. 1. 

A source discloses to ET that the 40-year-old performer and father of three is strolling, however not a ton, and he's doing great as he mends. 

As ET recently detailed, the humorist was in the traveler situate when he was associated with a fender bender in his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda at 12:45 a.m., close Calabasas, California, a week ago. 

A source told ET on Thursday that Hart broke his spine in three spots. 

"He has a lengthy, difficult experience of recuperation ahead yet is progressing admirably and [Hart] trusts he will be discharged from the clinic soon," the source said at the time. 

In the interim, a subsequent source discloses to ET that Hart has been "intensely quieted" since experiencing medical procedure. 

"Kevin's spinal wounds are intense, he continued a few cracks and had no real option except to have medical procedure at the earliest opportunity," the source says. "Since the medical procedure, he has been vigorously calmed. The doctors are doing all that they can to keep him out of torment." 

ET talked with Hart's dear companion and incessant co-star, Tiffany Haddish, at the Harper's Bazaar ICONS occasion at The Plaza Hotel in New York City on Friday, and the Night School on-screen character shared, "He's OK. He's doing fine. Supposedly, from the last I heard, he's fine." 

Haddish included, "He's as of now strolling. He's great," yet conceded that his "back's going to hurt" even after he in the long run gets out. Hear more in the video beneath.

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