Hulk Hogan’s son Nick was involved in a car accident tonight in Clearwater, Fl. Law enforcement tell TMZ Hogan was involved in a serious car accident with multiple victims around 7:31 p.m. ET tonight. The accident happened on Court Street, a main drag in downtown Clearwater, causing the entire street to be shut down for hours. No call was made to police, the accident was actually called in by a police officer who rolled up right after the accident happened. No word on injuries.
Here is the Associated Press article: CLEARWATER – Nick Bollea, son of Tampa Bay’s most popular wrestler, Hulk Hogan, and his friend were injured after his car careened out of control and struck a palm tree in the median of the four lane highway on Court Street, police said. Both were taken by helicopter to Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg. The high-speed crash occurred at 8 p.m., police said. Bollea was driving eastbound on Court Street, approaching downtown Clearwater when it crashed. The car was destroyed on impact, police said. The Fire Department had to free the men. Police said the wreck is shutting down traffic ï¿½ï¿½” east and westbound ï¿½ï¿½” on Court Street, the primary traffic artery in the city. Police are at the scene interviewing witnesses who say the car was moving at a high rate of speed. Hulk Hogan had moved his family to Miami so his children could pursue acting and singing careers. His daughter, Brooke, has a music career, while Nick’s passion is cars, according to a bio on the show’s website. Terry “Hulk Hogan” Bollea, the popular wrestler also known for his reality show, “Hogan Known Best,” is one of Tampa Bay’s most popular celebrities. His children have gained notoriety because of the show. On a recent show, Hogan’s wife and his children want one of the biggest wrestling stars to undergo a makeover. They make fun of the way the Hulkster dresses. They tell him he has to dress better now that he’s in Miami. They joke that he’s no longer in Clearwater, where people don’t dress as nice.
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