Earlier in the evening, Ferrell had participated in a amusing or Die comedy event in San Diego, where he had appeared as his Anchorman character Ron Burgundy.More news: Vevo artist accounts on YouTube compromised "just for fun", now restored
Ferrell and two others went to the hospital after the crash.
The SUV then spun and flipped, injuring all four people aboard.More news: US resolution on Syria chemical weapons attacks vetoed by Russia at UN
According to the statement, which was released by Ferrell's agency UTA, Ferrell and Andrew Steele were "unhurt" by the accident and promptly released from the hospital.
Ferrell is "doing well", and has been released from the hospital with no significant injuries. The driver of the Toyota was unharmed.
The actor, who's believed to have been inside the vehicle with three completely different people, sustained minor accidents when a Toyota veered into their lane on Interstate 5 and hit the SUV's rear correct side. A witness told TMZ that a woman in his vehicle had apparently been more seriously injured, "and was bleeding profusely on the scene". Earlier in the night, he was at a "Funny or Die" event outside San Diego. The video also captured the star on the phone while being lifted into an ambulance.More news: Study finds major gaps in Holocaust knowledge among Americans