'30 Rock' actor Tracy Morgan in Rehabilitation facility on the road to recovery: prayer vigil for Tracy and Kevin Roper, truck driver weekly hours slashed
The series 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' has been postponed, which stars the '30 Rock' actor Tracy Morgan as his recovery has reportedly been delayed.
The comedian was injured in a highway accident, which left him direly injured and killed James 'Uncle Jimmy Mack' McNair and Ardie Fuqua.
Few of the people from New Jersey held a prayer vigil for a quick recovery of Tracy Morgan. The people also prayed for Kevin Roper, who is being blamed for the crash.
The fatal accident happened at New Jersey when a Walmart truck hit the rear end of Tracy Morgan's limo truck, which was carrying him and some of his friends.
Morgan suffered a broken nose, ribs and femur. He has been hospitalised for several weeks now. The Limo overturned as it was hit by a sleep deprived truck driver.
It has been reported that Tracy Morgan is now in a stable condition, but will need some time to recover completely. The producers and people associated with the show Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton have decided to postpone filming the series until Tracy Morgan has recovered.
Tracy Morgan has been placed in rehabilitation facility to complete his recovery from the near to death experience. James McNair, 63, was a comedy writer and Ardie Fuqua, 43, was a comedian who was critically injured at the time of the accident and passed away soon in a local hospital in New Jersey.
This incident has; however, escalated the issue of working hours being implemented for Truck drivers, which was recently reduced from 82 hours a week to 70 hours.