Hollywood actor Tracy Morgan is reportedly in critical condition after being involved in a New Jersey bus wreck which already has killed one person. #Prayers
Details of Morgan’s horrific accident surfaced online early Saturday (June 7).
The 45-year-old former Saturday Night Live star was traveling in a limo bus that overturned around 1 a.m. Saturday morning of Exit 7A of the Turnpike in Cranbury, N.J., state police tell NBC10.com. That’s just north of Trenton. State police say a preliminary investigation has found that a tractor trailer came up upon slow moving traffic and caused the crash. Six vehicles — two tractor trailers, an SUV and two cars — all were involved, state police said. (NBC Philadelphia)
The comedian is in critical condition and receiving treatment at a nearby hospital.
The 30 Rock actor was rushed to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Center in New Brunswick, N.J. He is in intensive care, state police confirm. The bus was carrying six passengers in all. One passenger on the bus has died, state police say. Three were critically hurt and one is in fair condition, hospital officials say. (NBC Philadelphia)
Despite the graphic nature of the accident, neither drugs or alcohol are suspected factors to the wreck.
Morgan, 45, was traveling in a limo bus on the New Jersey Turnpike in Cranbury around 1 a.m. when the vehicle overturned, New Jersey State Police Sgt. Gregory Williams told FoxNews.com. Two tractor-trailers were involved, and one of them may have rear-ended the limo bus, Williams said. An SUV and two cars were also involved in the crash. Drug or alcohol use is not suspected as a cause of the accident, Williams added. (Fox News)
The famous actor has made a name for himself for nearly two decades in the entertainment biz.
The 45-year-old Morgan joined ”Saturday Night Live” in 1996 and was on the sketch-comedy program for seven years before leaving to star in ”The Tracy Morgan Show” in 2003. That show lasted just one season. In 2006, Morgan found a long-running role in NBC’s hit show ”30 Rock,” which was created by SNL co-star Tina Fey. (Boston)