According to authorities, actor Alan Ruck, who is well-known for his parts in the movies “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and “Succession,” was allegedly operating the truck when it crashed into a Hollywood pizza place on Halloween.
Tuesday night, at approximately 9:25 p.m., a three-vehicle collision caused Ruck’s Rivian pickup truck to veer off the road and crash into the Raffallo’s Pizza establishment, which is situated in the 1600 block of La Brea Avenue.
Remarkably, Ruck was unharmed in the event. He is best known for playing Cameron Frye in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” which, incidentally, had one of the most well-known vehicle crashes in movie history.
Entertainment Tonight shared a post on Twitter:
‘Succession’ actor Alan Ruck was involved in a serious car accident. Eyewitness details on the crash that resulted in Ruck’s truck slamming into a pizza restaurant. https://t.co/nL5EDD4N55
— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) November 2, 2023
The Los Angeles Fire Department reports that one individual, a 32-year-old man, was admitted to the hospital later for injuries that are not thought to be life-threatening.
The moments when Ruck’s truck rear-ended a car that was halted at a stop sign, sped through the intersection and then clipped another car that was stopped at a nearby crossing before crashing into the building are captured on camera from the pizza shop.
Los Angeles Police Department detectives informed KCAL News that they do not think drugs or alcohol played a role in the crash, even if the reason for the collision is still being looked into.
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The owners of the restaurants displayed the damage caused by the severe crash, with pieces of the building still lying around on the floor where their restrooms are.
“The good thing is, nobody was inside of the restroom,” according to Raffallo’s owner Walter Rosales. “It was really hard last night, all the people that were crying … because they know to us, they know for so many years, they were crying and giving thanks to God because we were alive.”
In the instant following the collision, SkyCal was above the scene and captured Ruck’s vehicle with significant front-end damage and a sizable hole in the building’s side.
When representatives from the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety arrived on the site to evaluate the structural integrity of the building, they yellow-tagged the eatery.
In addition to “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” Ruck has starred in numerous other movies and TV series over the years, such as “Spin City” and the popular HBO dark comedy/political drama “Succession,” for which he was nominated for an Emmy as the character of Connor Roy.