Hayes Grier is officially out of the hospital! Just three days after his scary dirt bike accident that left him pretty beat up, Hayes revealed that he’s doing just fine with a picture of his injuries. See the pic right here!
Fans of Internet star Hayes Grier were terrified to hear that the 16-year-old had to be rushed to the hospital following a horrifying dirt bike crash on July 28, but they can rest assured that he’s going to be totally fine after all. Hayes took to social media to declare that he’s “ready to be back” now that he’s out of the hospital — even if his scars are still pretty visible!
Posing shirtless in a mirror selfie, Hayes showed off every scrape he endured from the waist up, including a few on his shoulder and one on his chin. He also had a bandage wrap around his waist, which made it unclear exactly what injury he suffered around his mid-section. But considering the last time we saw Hayes he was laying down in a hospital bed, it’s clear he’s already made major strides in his recover process!
Less than 24 hours after his accident, Hayes reassured fans that he was okay with an Instagram pic from the hospital. Even despite having a towel wrapped around his head and IVs in his arm, Hayes managed to keep a smile on his face and give two thumbs up. Since he was doing so well only one day after his wreck, it was clear he’d be making a recovery quicker than fans probably thought — thank goodness, huh?
While Hayes didn’t give any other details about his current status in his recent Twitter pic, it’s pretty amazing to see him looking so good after what he went through. The poor guy suffered a concussion, broken rib, bruised lung and multiple skin lacerations in the wreck…but you’d hardly ever guess that after seeing his most recent pic! And judging by his caption, “ready to be back 💯,” we’re thinking Hayes will be back in action (heck, probably even back on a dirt bike) in no time!
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Hayes’ injuries? Are they more or less severe than you imagined? Send your well wishes to him as he continues to recover!