Hollywood actor Tracy Morgan is living one day at a time in critical condition after being involved in a six-vehicle crash this weekend in New Jersey. #GetWellSoon

Details of his current condition and what injuries he sustained have surfaced.

Tracy Morgan is still in critical condition with several broken bones … and doctors expect him to remain hospitalized for several weeks. Tracy’s rep tells TMZ the comedian has been more responsive today … but sustained a number of injuries including a broken femur, a broken nose and several broken ribs. We’re told he’s currently recovering after having surgery earlier today on the broken leg. (TMZ)

Music mogul Diddy sent prayers to Morgan and the people injured in the Saturday (June 7) wreck.

“Sending prayers to Tracy Morgan and all involved in the accident!! We never know what can happen at anytime!,” Diddy wrote June 7. (Diddy’s Twitter)

R&B singer Mary J. Blige jumped onto her Instagram page to acknowledge Morgan.

“I send angels and prayers to Tracy Morgan. Pls hang in there.,” Mary captioned June 7. (Mary J. Blige’s Instagram)

The comedian’s camp issued a statement on his condition over the weekend.

“Tracy remains in critical condition at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital. He sustained these injuries in an accident that occurred early this morning as one of several passengers in a chauffeured SUV returning from a tour date in Delaware,” rep Lewis Kay said. “His family is now with him and he is receiving excellent care. We don’t anticipate much of a change in his condition today but will provide a further update once more information becomes available.” (Statement)

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)