According to TMZ, Alan Ruck’s Rivian crashed into the back of a car in Hollywood and eventually crashed into the wall of a pizzeria. October 31, 2023.
No charges will be filed as a result of a multi-car crash in Hollywood involving Ferris Bueller and “Succession” actor Alan Ruck, Los Angeles police told KTLA on Thursday.
The collision occurred around 9 p.m. on Halloween night at the busy intersection of La Brea Street and Hollywood Boulevard.
In two surveillance videos obtained by KTLA, Ruck’s Rivian electric truck is seen stopped behind another vehicle at a red light while pedestrians are crossing in the crosswalk.
For reasons that remain unclear, the truck suddenly lurched forward and hit the other car from behind, then swerved across lanes of traffic, striking another vehicle before crashing into the wall of Ruffalo’s Pizza. No one inside the restaurant was injured.
Tim Ratcliffe, who owns several nearby restaurants, rushed to help the actor, who says he was more concerned about the safety of the people he hit than his own.
“I asked him, ‘Are you okay?’ And the first thing out of his mouth was, ‘Is everyone?’” [else] OK? I think I hit someone. is he okay? Ratcliffe told KTLA.
A 32-year-old man who was from one of the other vehicles was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, officials said. Rack was not injured and was later seen on video speaking with police at the scene.
No impairment was suspected and LAPD said no crimes occurred.
“I’m fine, thank God no one was killed,” the actor said he told a TMZ photographer on Thursday, without volunteering any further information about the incident.
Rock, 67, recently earned a degree 2023 Emmy nomination For Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of Connor Roy in the hit HBO series “Succession.” His breakout role came in the 1986 John Hughes comedy classic, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, where he played the hilariously sad Cameron Frye opposite Matthew Broderick.
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