In a freak accident, Succession’s Alan Ruck crashed his vehicle into the side of an LA restaurant after veering off the road at a junction.
He’s best known for his role in Succession as the eldest Roy family brother, Connor, plus a breakthrough part in 80’s classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off as Cameron Frye.
The Spin City actor hung around on the scene as his truck continued to flash its lights – having made a sizeable hole in the wall.
Passersby shared footage of the large pick-up stuck in the side of the pizza place just off the busy intersection of La Brea Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.
No pedestrians were hit but two people were injured in the four-way crash, according to TMZ, thankfully both were ‘conscious and breathing’ so thought to be stable.
The outlet also reports the LAPD are not concerned about driving under influence (DUI), with a video capturing the moment Alan’s truck got derailed.
The crash occurred at around 9pm on Wednesday, October 25, and an investigation is ongoing into the incident.
Apparently, surveillance footage seems to show Alan’s vehicle collide with another vehicle from behind.
The second car is pushed into the busy intersection while the Emmy-nominated actor veered into the brick building, attracting a bit of a crowd.
People gathered and took pictures of the truck, which was quite dramatically left amid the rubble of the pizza place.
Alan actually drove the press van for the motorcade of President Joe Biden in Long Beach, California, two years ago.
At the time, the Fox White House producer Pat Ward said Alan had claimed: ‘Someone asked him if he wanted to drive in a Presidential motorcade and he figured why not.’
Metro has reached out to police and Alan’s representatives for comment.
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