Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Succession actor Alan Ruck was allegedly involved in a multi-vehicle crash at the Raffalo’s Pizza on the corner of La Brea and Hollywood Boulevard. The accident occurred on Halloween at 9 p.m., says the Los Angeles Police Department via KTLA.
KTLA also reviewed surveillance video and reports that Ruck’s Rivian electric pickup truck rear-ended a car stopped at a traffic signal before crashing into another car, and then hitting a wall at Raffallo’s Pizza. Witnesses said that Ruck was more concerned about others at the crash site. The Los Angeles Fire Department said that one man was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. According to the Los Angeles Times, no one involved was arrested for driving under the influence, police said. Below is a video from TMZ at the crash scene.
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