Jay Leno is on the mend again!
In an interview with Las Vegas review magazine released on Thursday, the comedian, 72, revealed he is recovering from a recent motorcycle accident that left him with several broken bones, just months after suffering second-degree burns in a fire that broke out in the garage of his home in Los Angeles.
Detailing that he “got knocked off” his motorcycle on Jan. 17, Leno told the outlet, “I have a broken collarbone. I have two broken ribs. I have two broken kneecaps.”
“But I’m fine!” added the star – who will return to Las Vegas in March. “I’m fine, I’m working. I’m working this weekend.”
A representative for Leno did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
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According to Leno, he was on his way to test a vintage 1940 Indian motorcycle when he noticed the smell of gas leaks and decided to stop to investigate.
“So I turned down a side street and cut across a parking space and unbeknownst to me, a guy had a wire strung across the parking lot but with no flag hanging,” he explained to the Las Vegas review magazine. “So, you know, I didn’t see him until it was too late. She just knocked me over and, boom, she kicked me off the bike. The bike just kept going, and you know how that works.”
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The former Show tonight the host told the outlet that she didn’t go public about her crash at first because there was so much chaos and coverage from her previous crash in November.
“You know, after you get burned, you get it for free,” he said, then quipping, “After that, you’re Harrison Ford, crashing airplanes. You just want to keep your head down.”
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In November, Leno and his longtime friend, Dave Killackey, were working on a clogged fuel line in the undercarriage of a white 1907 steam car parked at the TV host’s 140,000-square-foot Burbank garage when he reported serious second degree burns all over face and upper body.
Within minutes, paramedics arrived, and the next day, Leno checked into the Grossman Center, where he was treated for burns on his face, neck, chest, hands, and left arm.
Over nine days, Leno – whose wife of 42 years, Mavis, slept next to him at The Center – underwent two skin grafting surgeries (one with human cadaver skin and another with pig intestine) to help regenerate new healthy skin, as well as sessions in hyperbaric chambers to promote tissue oxygenation. Within six days of leaving the Center, Leno was back on stage, performing stand-up at the Comedy & Magic Club in Hermosa Beach, California.
In an exclusive chat with PEOPLE a month after the incident, Leno described the ordeal in detail, stating, “It felt exactly like my face was on fire. Maybe like the most intense sunburn you’ve ever had, it would be fair to say .”
As he continued to heal, Leno said he was aware his situation could have been much worse. “I know how bad it could have been,” he explained. “But I’m fine. And I’m sure I’ll keep doing the same stupid things I’ve always done. Just maybe a little more careful!”