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Kevin Hart Back Home and Can't Believe He's Alive

TMZ.com Friday, 20 September 2019
Kevin Hart has checked out of his in-patient rehab facility and is back home where he's receiving intensive physical therapy, but the big takeaway ... he's "grateful" and "shocked" he's alive. Sources very close to Kevin tell us, he's looked at the…
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Kevin Hart Is Back Home and Thankful to Be Alive Hart was in a car crash on Sept. 1, resulting in three spinal fractures that required immediate surgery. After surgery, he was kept in the hospital for 10 days on pain meds and then transferred to an in-patient rehab facility. According to TMZ, Hart...

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