Travis Barker Released from L.A. Treatment Center
The ex-Blink-182 drummer completes recovery after being critically burned in a plane crash last month.
Former Blink-182 and current (+ 44) drummer Travis Barker, who sustained second- and third-degree burns in a South Carolina plane crash last month that killed four others and critically injured DJ AM, has finally been released from a Los Angeles recovery center, reports NME.com.
After initially recovering at Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, GA, Barker, 32, was discharged September 29 and traveled home to Los Angeles via bus to complete his treatment at Sherman Oaks’ Grossman Burn Center. Barker is now resting at home.
Over the past few weeks, the sticksman has blogged about his recovery on his MySpace profile. DJ AM, a.k.a. Adam Goldstein, meanwhile, recently made his first post-crash appearance alongside Jay-Z at the reopening of the Hollywood Palladium.