It actually sounds worse than what the media reports made out. Thankfully everyone was ok, I hope this drunk driver learns not to drink and drive, further below is a mush more lighthearted video interview from the Night of Generosity Brian talks about Sharks, the Holidays, family and more
“It could have ended horribly. We were talking about it today, on the way to run errands. I was saying, ‘We’re really lucky,” Green, 41, told Us at the 6th Annual Night of Generosity Gala in Beverly Hills on Friday, Dec. 5. “He was going 50 miles an hour, and we were going 25 down the street, and we hit head?on. The inertia of that is is life changing. That’s life changing for us.”
The couple’s two sons Noah, 2, and Bodhi, 9 months, were luckily not in the car at the time. Still, Green and 28-year-old Fox (who was in the passenger seat) were shaken up by the incident. “[The driver] hit the air bag. I got out of the car. I shook hands with the man,” Green explained. “The cars did their jobs.”
“That being said, he came around the corner very fast,” the actor continued. “Let alone, I’ve heard, he had a few drinks.” As previously reported, Green called the cops at the scene and the drunk driver was then taken into custody.
“I’m okay. My wife is okay. We walked away,” “I mean, I’m not a doctor, so I don’t know if I’m ‘okay’ okay, but we’re both walking.”
And as for the other driver? “He lived. He hit the airbag, got out of the car,” he said.
Green said that although no one was hurt, the incident was life-changing. “Your head is reliving the moment over and over again, and you start thinking, ‘Could I have done anything differently?’ ” he explained.
The onetime Beverly Hills, 90210 actor also recalled a series of thankful moments post-crash. “A moment of gratitude. A moment of giving back. A moment of ‘Thank you, God.’ And then a moment of, ‘I’m going to have more of these moments.’