Jay Leno needs to retire from being a “daredevil,” and just stay at home. It’s for his own good. You’ll recall, not too long ago, Jay was severely burned on his hands and chest and got third-degree burns on his his face after a vintage car in his collection erupted in flames in his garage, back in November. And now, he’s had another serious accident, and broke several bones when his motorcycle crashed.
Jay Leno is recovering from broken bones caused by a motorcycle crash, this comes only months after he had suffered serious burns from a car fire.
Despite the injuries, he is “OK” and still planning on working this weekend.
Wishing him a speedy recovery! pic.twitter.com/mLtEaev7rN
— AR12GAMING (@AR12Gaming) January 27, 2023
Daily Caller reported that Jay Leno broke multiple bones in a motorcycle accident on Jan. 17, according to a recent interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
The interviewer asked Leno for an update on his recovery after he suffered burns in a November car fire. The former “Tonight Show” host confirmed that he had sustained serious burns as a result of that incident and went on to explain he had since been injured again.
“Then just last week, I got knocked off my motorcycle. So I’ve got a broken collarbone. I’ve got two broken ribs. I’ve got two cracked kneecaps,” he said.
Leno said he decided to remain low-key about the accident due to the media frenzy that surrounded him after the November car fire. He suffered third degree burns in that accident and required facial skin grafts, according to TMZ.
“You know, after getting burned up, you get that one for free,” he said. “After that, you’re Harrison Ford, crashing airplanes. You just want to keep your head down,” Leno told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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