Alan Ruck involved in a four vehicle collision in Los Angeles: report

The Succession star Alan Ruck's Rivian R1T electric pickup crashed into the Pizzeria in Hollywood

By Javeria Shahid November 02, 2023

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Alan Ruck crashed his truck!

The Succession star was reportedly involved in a traffic incident in Hollywood on Tuesday, October 31.

The accident, which involved a four-vehicle collision before the actor’s truck crashed onto a pizzeria in Los Angeles, occurred around 9 p.m.

TMZ was the first one to report the involvement of Ruck, 67 in the accident near the intersection of L.A. Brea Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard at Raffallo’s Pizza.

According to PEOPLE, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed the details of the crash to the outlet, but could not identify Ruck as one of the drivers.

They shared that ambulances were shortly dispatched to the scene after the collision.

Moreover, the police department confirmed the involvement of a 40-year-old woman and a 25-year-old man.

Authorities that are handling the case confirmed no one sustained severe injuries as a result of the crash.

However, the middle aged woman complained of pain in her arm.

Meanwhile, a 32-year-old man was also transported to a hospital after the crash, as reported by the Los Angeles Fire Department’s spokesperson to NBC Los Angeles.

NBC Los Angeles and KTLA both got their hands on the security camera video in which the whole scene of the accident was recorded.

The recording showed that a Rivian R1T electric pickup rear ended one car, before making a right turn at an intersection, then collided into another vehicle before crashing into a pizzeria.

The first car that was struck also collided with another vehicle that was attempting to make a left turn at a traffic light.

As for The Spin City actor’s part, he remained at the scene after the collision.

The official reports regarding whether the accident involved driving under the influence are still pending, and the LAPD spokesperson has not confirmed this aspect yet.