(PARK CITY, Utah) — Tracy Morgan has been released from a Park City, Utah, hospital following his collapse Sunday night due to what his rep described as a bout with exhaustion and altitude sickness.
The 30 Rock star commented on his condition Monday on Twitter, writing, “Superman ran into a little kryptonite. The high altitude in Utah shook up this kid from Brooklyn.”
Morgan also noted that he will return to work on his NBC comedy Tuesday morning.
TMZ reports the comedian was spotted at a Utah airport Monday carrying an oxygen tank that had a breathing tube connected to his nose.
Morgan collapsed not long after accepting an award at a ceremony at the Sundance Film Festival. His rep has denied reports that the actor and comedian consumed alcohol before the incident.
There was also speculation that Morgan, who suffers from diabetes, may have went into diabetic shock.
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