Saturday, June 07, 2014

Tracy Morgan Fighting For His Life!

Comedian Tracy Morgan was seriously injured in bus wreck.

Comedian Tracy Morgan was involved in a serious wreck. This wreck could cost him his life.

We here at Journal de la Reyna wish Tracy Morgan well on his road to recovery. We also send our condolences to those lost in this senseless tragedy.

The Chicago Tribune reports that this accident occurred on the New Jersey Turnpike. When Morgan's limo bus crashed, it rolled and people got hurt.
Incident occurred off the New Jersey Turnpike.
Morgan, best known for his roles on "Saturday Night Live" and "30 Rock," was taken by helicopter to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Center in New Brunswick, New Jersey, in critical condition, said Gregory Williams, a New Jersey State Police spokesman.

Another passenger on the limo bus was killed in the accident when two tractor-trailers and three other vehicles crashed at around 1 a.m. on Saturday morning on the New Jersey Turnpike near Cranberry Township, Williams said.

“The limo bus is the only vehicle that overturned,” Williams told CNN. “Looks like one of the tractor-trailers may have rear-ended that limo bus, but that's preliminary at this time.”

He said he did not believe alcohol played a role in the accident, but said that is part of the investigation.

Six other people besides Morgan were injured, according to Williams.
Cult comedy, Little Man features Tracy Morgan and Marlon Wayans as two inept robbers who managed to dope a loving couple into adopting Wayans. The character Wayans was playing was a pint size robber who dressed like a child.
Morgan, 45, was on the road for his "Turn it Funny" stand-up comedy tour. He was booked to perform at a casino in Dover, Delaware, on Friday night and had been due to appear on Saturday in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The comedian spent seven years on "Saturday Night Live" before leaving the cast in 2003. He went on to star in the sitcom "30 Rock" for seven seasons, playing an unhinged, reckless comedian named Tracy Jordan in the satire about a network television variety show similar to "SNL."

A hospital spokeswoman referred queries about Morgan to the actor's publicist, who did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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