Sean Kingston recoveryAfter a near tragic jet ski accident that landed Sean Kingston in critical care, the 'Beautiful Girls' singer is finally breathing on his own and walking, according to E! Online. Kingston was left with a broken jaw and wrist and water-filled lungs after he and a female passenger crashed their jet ski into Miami's Palm Island bridge over Memorial Day weekend. Once medics arrived on the scene, Kingston was taken to a Miami hospital and placed on a breathing tube.

"Sean is breathing on his own now and walked for the first time this morning," the singer's publicist, Joseph Carozza, told E. "Sean thanks his friends, family and fans for their outpouring of prayers and well wishes."

Although Kingston has come a long way from his initial critical state, according to doctors he is still in store for several more weeks of hospital recovery. So what's the first thing Kingston will do once he's out of recovery? According TMZ, he'll thank the man who saved him. After the collision between the jet ski and Miami bridge, a member of the Coast Guard, Jonathan Rivera, saved both Kingston and his female passenger.