• Alan Ruck was in a car crash
  • Four vehicles were involved
  • A local business was also hit

Alan Ruck involved in multi-car collision in Los Angeles 

On Tuesday evening, Alan Ruck found himself in the middle of a car accident involving four cars and a small business. The incident took place around 9p.m. at Raffallo's Pizza, located near the intersection of La Brea Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.

According to 'TMZ', who first reported the news, Ruck was indeed involved in the accident. However, the Los Angeles Police Department could not directly confirm his involvement, and a representative for Ruck remains silent on the matter.

According to the LAPD, two other individuals, a 40-year-old woman and a 25-year-old man, were also involved in the accident. The woman complained of arm pain, but no other significant injuries were reported.

In a twist, the Los Angeles Fire Department reported that a 32-year-old man was transported to a hospital after the crash. The extent of his injuries and his role in the accident remain unclear.

Security camera footage obtained by NBC Los Angeles and KTLA captured the moment of the accident. The video shows Ruck's Rivian R1T electric pickup striking one car from behind before colliding into another vehicle at an intersection. The first car that was struck also collided with another vehicle attempting to make a left turn at the light.

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Alan Ruck, known for his roles in 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off', 'Spin City', and his recent Emmy-nominated portrayal of "Connor Roy" on HBO's 'Succession', reportedly remained at the scene after the collision.

The LAPD has yet to confirm whether the accident was a DUI or whether a sobriety check occurred at the time. The official police report is still pending.