Will Ferrell released from hospital; SUV flipped on the freeway

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The accident is said to have involved two cars.

Actor Will Ferrell was injured in a rollover vehicle crash in Mission Viejo, California, Thursday night, CNN reported.

Ferrell's representatives tell TMZ Friday morning, April 13, that Will Ferrell was released from the hospital and is doing well.

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Two vehicles crashed on the 5 Freeway in Orange County just before 11 p.m., local fire officials told the station. Information on the other two passengers was not immediately available.

Will Ferrell is mostly unharmed after an accident that flipped the auto in which he was a passenger, according to TMZ.

Ferrell wasn't driving the SUV, TMZ reports.

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Footage obtained by TMZ showed Ferrell talking on his cellphone as he was stretchered into an ambulance.

A witness said a woman in Ferrell's SUV was more seriously injured and was bleeding heavily at the scene.

The actor appeared at the event as his "Anchorman" character Ron Burgundy and was interviewed by comedian Billy Eichner. The gossip rag added that neither drugs nor alcohol are thought to have played a part in the crash.

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