Buff Bagwell, the pro-wrestler who also starred in the comedy horror movie 'Terror Tract', is in intensive care after a car accident in Atlanta, reports TMZ.com. The 42-year-old reportedly flipped his Jeep, breaking several bones in his beck, as well as in his jaw.
Bagwell was transported to a nearby hospital and was immediately admitted to the intensive care unit in a serious condition. According to a police report, Bagwell called his wife from his Jeep around 1.30pm and "advised her he was getting ready to have a seizure" - he then lost control of his vehicle shortly afterwards, spinning across the raised median. He was removed from the Jeep by emergency personnel and transported to the hospital. Mr Bagwell suffered a broken neck while wrestling in 1998, which at the time was described as a "career-ending" injury. Despite the prognosis, he was back in the ring less than 10 months later.
As well as his recent role in Terror Tract in 2000, Bagwell has also starred in two other movies - Day of the Warrior in 1996 and L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach in 1998.
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