Actor Tracy Morgan has left rehab and filed a lawsuit against Walmart regarding a terrible crash which critically injured Tracy Morgan and killed a fellow passenger according to the Chicago Tribune . The lawsuit that Wal-Mart violated federal trucking safety regulations when their truck driver commuted more than 700 miles from his Georgia home to a company distribution facility in Delaware before beginning his work shift, and that he had been awake for over 24 hours prior to the crash. The driver was charged with vehicular homicide and assault-by-auto after prosecutors said he rear-ended the limo bus Morgan and his entourage were riding in during the June 7 crash, near Cranbury, New Jersey. He pleaded not guilty. Morgan was riding along the New Jersey Turnpike with several people including his assistant Jeffrey Millea and comedian Ardley Fuqua Jr, who were also injured in the crash and are co-plaintiffs in the suit. The crash killed comedian James McNair, 62, of Peekskill, New York.
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