Tracy Morgan was released from a New Jersey hospital on Friday, two weeks after the comedian was seriously injured in a highway crash that left one man dead.
Hospital spokesman Peter Haigney told the Los Angeles Times that Morgan had been released and he confirmed details of a statement circulated by Morgan's publicist.
The statement said Morgan was being relocated from the Brunswick, N.J., hospital to an undisclosed rehabilitation center.
On June 7, Morgan and several others were headed north on the
Three others were injured in the crash. Ardie Fuqua Jr. and Jeffrey Millea, among the injured, remain hospitalized, Haigney told The Times. Fuqua is in serious condition and Millea is in good condition, according to Haigney.
Roper had not slept for nearly 24 hours before the crash, according to a warrant for his arrest.
Los Angeles Times staff writer Steve Zeitchik contributed to this report.