Tracy Morgan Suffers Multiple Broken Bones, to Remain Hospitalized for Weeks

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Tracy Morgan is expected to make a full recovery.

But it won't be an easy recovery.

Multiple outlets confirm that the actor/comedian suffered multiple broken bones in the horrific car accident Saturday morning that claimed one life and forced the star to be airlifted to a New Jersey hospital.

He's expected to remain under doctor supervision for several weeks. 

For now, Morgan's condition also remains critical.

A rep for Morgan does tell TMZ that his client has been “more responsive” a day after the crash, but he still has a long way to go.

Morgan's injuries include broken femur, a broken nose and several broken ribs. The femur was operated on Sunday.

"His family is tremendously overwhelmed and appreciative of the outpouring of love and support from his fans," says the rep.

A number of celebrities have sent their well wishes to Morgan over Twitter and we encourage readers to do the same.

He was traveling home from a show in Delaware around 1 a.m. on Saturday when the driver of a truck fell asleep at the wheel and instigated what would become a six-car pile-up.

Morgan's limo bus flipped over, a close friend of Morgan's died and the driver has turned himself in on a charge of vehicular homicide.

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