American Horror Story star Ben Woolf is reportedly in a stable condition three days after he was struck by a car in Los Angeles.
Woolf’s head was clipped by a car’s wing mirror while he was crossing the street on Thursday night, and he was admitted to hospital in critical condition.
Woolf reportedly remains sedated after undergoing surgery, but he is now believed to be out of danger.
His American Horror Story: Freak Show co-star Naomi Grossman tells E! Online, “It’s awful to hear the news of your friend (in an accident). We’re very close… We’re all in contact and from what I understand (co-star) Kathy Bates tweeted that he was out of surgery and he’s now in stable yet still critical condition. So we’re just hoping for the best. I’m waiting like for any moment they’re going to tell me I can go visit and I’ll be there.”
The actor’s representative Zack Teperman adds, “Ben’s family thanks everyone for their love, support and well wishes.”
We wish Ben a full and speedy recovery!