“Succession” star Alan Ruck crashes a truck into a Los Angeles pizzeria
Two people were said to be injured Tuesday after actor Alan Ruck was involved in a four-car pileup that sent the “Succession” star’s expensive electric car crashing into a Los Angeles pizza parlor.
Rack, 67, was reportedly behind the wheel of his Rivian sport utility vehicle around 9 p.m. when he crashed into the restaurant at the intersection of La Brea Street and Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, NBC reported.
Surveillance video obtained by TMZ appears to show Ruck rear-ending a car at a traffic light, pushing it into the intersection and sending his truck into Raffallo’s Pizza.
Ambulances were called for a 40-year-old woman and a 25-year-old man, but the outlet reported that they were conscious and breathing.
Law enforcement sources also stated that there is no indication that a DUI was responsible for the crash.
The cause of the accident is still under investigation.
The Post has contacted representatives for Ruck and the LAPD for comment.
TMZ obtained video of the “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” star outside his truck and talking on his cell phone after the accident.
Tim Ratcliffe, who owns several restaurants next to the bean factory, told KTLA that Rack seemed concerned about everyone’s well-being rather than his own.
“I asked him: Are you okay?” The first thing out of his mouth was: Is everyone (others) okay? I think I hit someone. Is he okay?’” Ratcliffe claimed, adding that Rock didn’t know how the accident happened.
Recalling the moment of impact, Ratcliffe added: “The whole building shook and I thought a bomb or something had exploded.”