By Darren Franich
December 29, 2010 at 10:37 PM EST

Christopher Tierney, the stunt actor who suffered a skull fracture and a cracked vertebrae after falling during a preview performance of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, has left the intensive care unit, according to the Associated Press. Tierney was discharge from the hospital and transferred to a rehab facility to begin inpatient rehabilitation. The actor is now able to walk with the assistance of a full-torso brace, according to his father. Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark has canceled two performances in the wake of the accident, while instituting new safety precautions.

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