He even revealed that he contemplated taking his own life: “I said, ‘If my funny ever went away, I’d die. And I thought I was going to die for a long time. My thoughts — I was in a very dark place. I was sitting right here, contemplating suicide. I couldn’t walk.”
The 47-year-old comedian said he pushed through the pain and didn’t want to leave behind his wife Megan and his three kids.
“It’s gonna take more than 18 wheels for me to get out of here. I have to raise my girl, raise my wife, raise my family,” he said.
Morgan also revealed that he fought to get out of the hospital as soon as possible, even though his doctor told him his accident was one of the biggest in the world, comparing it to Princess Diana‘s.
SOURCE: Rolling Stone | VIDEO SOURCE: Inform