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UPDATE: Tracy Morgan's Attorney Says He Is 'Still Struggling' to Recover from Crash

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Months after a fatal crash on the New Jersey Turnpike in June, that left comedian Tracy Morgan and several others critically injured and tragically killed one of the passengers, Morgan's attorney Benedict P. Morelli appeared on this morning's TODAY on NBC to share an update on his client.

Morelli shared with Today's Matt Lauer that the '30 Rock' star still had a long road ahead, both physically and legally. "He's still struggling," shared Morelli. "But he's a fighter. He's had issues before that he's fought through, and he's fighting hard."

Check out the interview in full below.

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UPDATE: Tracy Morgan's Attorney Says He Is 'Still Struggling' to Recover from Crash


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