Harrison Ford helps out in traffic accident

by Sophie Craig November 21, 2017, 0:53
Harrison Ford helps out in traffic accident

On Sunday, the star reportedly helped a woman who crashed her vehicle on the highway.

Star Wars and Indiana Jones star Harrison Ford came to the rescue of a woman after she accidentally crashed her auto in California. The Star Wars and Indiana Jones legend was one of the motorists who immediately pulled over to help the woman out of the crashed vehicle.

Harrison Ford helped rescue a driver who veered off the highway Sunday morning.

Eyewitnesses tell TMZ Ford was driving behind her when she lost control and crashed into an embankment off the freeway.

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Ford pulled over, along with other drivers, and rushed to her aide until the paramedics arrived. It is unclear what the cause of the accident was, but fortunately the woman only suffered minor injuries.

The actor - who is known for his fearless, heroic roles in movies like Star Wars and Indiana Jones - did not hesitate to rush to the woman's side.

This isn't the first time Harrison has shown off his heroic side.

Ford told Federal Aviation Administration officials he was distracted by a couple of jets at the time of the incident. Ford and others managed to get the unidentified driver out of the auto.


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