Nearly two weeks after the car crash that put Tracy Morgan in critical condition, the actor/comedian was released from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital today.
Morgan will now be admitted to an undisclosed rehab facility where he will work to repair damage caused by his injuries which include a broken femur.
At one point, it was rumored that the injuries were so severe that Morgan's leg would be amputated.
While that thankfully turned out not to be true, the June 7 wreck on the New Jersey Turnpike did result in the death of Morgan's close friend James McNair, as well as in vehicular manslaughter charges for truck driver Kevin Roper, who police now believer was speeding through a construction zone at the time of the accident.
There is no word on how long Morgan will need to be in rehab, but his rep stated that the comic still has "a long way to go."
Morgan was scheduled to begin filming a series for the FX network prior to the crash. Producers have assured Tracy and his team that his job will be waiting for him whenever he is fully recovered.
We wish Morgan a speedy recovery and hope that he's managed to maintain his unique sense of humor intact throughout this horrific ordeal: