Jay Leno suffers burn injuries after car fire: Report

Jay Leno reveals burns from a fire he got out of the hospital

Jay Leno He is on his way to recovery after being released from the hospital Monday after spending 10 days at the Grossman Burn Center. Leno received numerous surgeries for third-degree burns he sustained on his face and hands from a fire in his Burbank garage.

Leno smiled as he stood next to a few team members at the center in West Hills who helped with recovery efforts before heading home.

“I’m pleased with Jay’s progress, and I’m optimistic he’ll make a full recovery,” Dr. Peter Grossman told Fox News Digital.

Previous Late night talk show host He suffered “significant burns to his face and hands” as well as scars to his chest when flames erupted while he was working under one of his cars on Saturday, November 12.

Jay Leno’s doctor provides an update after he suffered serious burns in a gasoline fire

Jay Leno reveals burns he suffered from a garage fire 10 days ago while leaving the Grossman-Bern Center in West Hills.
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“Jay would like to let everyone know how grateful he is for the care he has received, and is very grateful for all the well wishes,” Grossman-Byrne said in a statement.

“He is looking forward to spending Thanksgiving with his family and friends and wishes everyone a great holiday.”

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During a press conference last week, Grossman said Leno was in great spirits while he was undergoing treatment, and was handing out cookies to the kids.

“We are very happy to have him on our team,” said the doctor. He added that while Leno’s injuries are “severe, his condition is good”.

Jay Leno says goodbye to the Grossman-Byrne Center care team.

Jay Leno says goodbye to the Grossman-Byrne Center care team.
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Jay Leno, who owns hundreds of rare and vintage cars, poses with a steam car from 1908.

Jay Leno, who owns hundreds of rare and vintage cars, poses with a steam car from 1908.
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Burbank Fire Department Battalion Chief Dave Burke released a report on the incident to Fox News Digital which revealed that officials responded to an “emergency medical call” on Saturday, November 12 at 12:28 p.m.

Leno said in a statement to Fox News Digital shortly after the accident, “I was seriously burned from a gasoline fire. I’m fine. Just need a week or two to get back on my feet.”

Guy had at least two surgeries while at the burn center, one of which was a “surgical excision and graft”. He also asked to use a file hyperbaric chamber To help improve blood flow and reduce bacteria.

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“He seems like a gentleman who doesn’t really want to do a great deal of this,” Grossman said during a news conference last week. “He wants to get back to work, that’s what he’s doing. I had to tell him he needs to back off a bit and these things take time.

Jay Leno is recovering from a car fire after having gasoline sprayed in his face while he was working on a steam engine in his Burbank garage.

Jay Leno is recovering from a car fire after having gasoline sprayed in his face while he was working on a steam engine in his Burbank garage.
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“I feel like he’ll be back in action sometime soon.”

Tim Allen He visited his friend while he was recovering, and later tweeted, “Went to see my friend Lino in the hospital after the burn accident. Took some medication and car magazines. He had a bad burn and acted like he just hit his toe. Superhero. Great care will get him better soon.”

Leno has always been a connoisseur of car culture. He worked as a mechanic while rising through the ranks as a stand-up comedian, and now owns over 280 unique cars.

The impressive collection of rare, vintage, and vintage cars is said to be worth anywhere from $50 million to $100 million, but estimates vary due to predictions on what some rare cars can sell for. In “Jay Leno’s Garage,” Leno talks with car enthusiasts about favorite makes and models, as well as showing off his prized collection of cars, motorcycles, and ATVs.

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