Will Ferrell Hospitalized After Scary Car Crash

Will Ferrell rushed to hospital as car flipped in serious two-car accident

Will was seen in the ambulance after the accident

Deadline reports that Ferrell is "feeling fine" after the accident after being rushed to hospital to treat unspecified injuries. Footage obtained by TMZ, which broke the news, showed the Daddy's Home star talking on his cell phone and being loaded into an ambulance.

Will's rep tells us he's been released from the hospital and is doing well.

According to the statement, which was released by Ferrell's agency UTA, Ferrell and Andrew Steele were "unhurt" by the accident and promptly released from the hospital. The California Highway Patrol did not immediately respond to requests Friday for more information. The unidentified woman and the third passenger were also hospitalized. The actor and comedian was one of three passengers in the chauffeur-driven sports utility vehicle.

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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.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ Ferrell's vehicle 'was struck from the right rear by a Toyota, causing the SUV to spin and flip over.

The condition of others involved in the crash was unknown.

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"Each year, hundreds of thousands of vehicle accidents occur in Temecula and other parts of California", the Ellis Firm said on their website.

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