Listen closely. Do you hear that sound?
It's the sound of millions of young teenage girls letting out a sigh of relief.
BECAUSE HAYES GRIER IS OKAY, FOLKS!
The Internet sensation still has a long road to go before he is in prime physical condition, but the 16-year old used social media on Friday to assure fans that he's up for the challenge.
On Thursday, Grier was involved in a serious dirt biking accident.
It's unclear exactly what went down, except that the crash took place in North Carolina and Grier's brother was VERY concerned soon after it went down.
He tries to keep fans apprised of his sibling's condition, but the concern came through loud and clear from Nash Grier.
"He can move & talk (thank god) but he's coughed up a lot of blood. That's all I know," Nash originally Tweeted, later adding:
"Praying he has a quick recovery… Damn I hate hearing s--t like that on the phone, scared me to death."
But now Hayes has taken to Twitter to calm both his brother down and his legion of followers down.
"Doing good guys, little banged up but we’ll be alright. Part of having fun," Grier wrote along with the photo above, which was obviously snapped of him in the hospital.
In a subsequent message on Twitter, he added: “thank you for the good wishes.”
In addition to his own social media, Hayes re-Tweeted a number of media reports about his crash.
Soon after word spread that Hayes had been injured, the hashtag "#PrayForHayes" proceeded to spread on Twitter.
It's understandable why.
Just 16, Grier has amassed 3.53 million Twitter followers... 5.3 million Instagram followers... 4.4 million Vine followers ... and 848,000 YouTube subscribers.
Hayes had been back home in North Carolina, filming his new comedic docs-series, “Top Grier," when the accident occurred.
The program centers around him returning to Mooresville, where he attempts to run his family’s 19-acre farm.
It is schedule to consist of 12 half-hour episodes that can be viewed on Verizon’s Go90 via mobile devices.
He competed on Season 21 of Dancing with the Stars (see below) and made it to Week 7.
We wish him a speedy recovery!