Harrison Ford Turns Into Real-Life Hero After Helping Woman in Car Accident


Harrison Ford Turns Into Real-Life Hero After Helping Woman in Car Accident


The 'Blade Runner 2049' star was driving east on a freeway near Santa Barbara when the woman driving in front of him lost control of her vehicle while driving on California State Route 126.
Harrison Ford is pulling an Indiana Jones off-screen. The "Star Wars" actor rushed to help a woman who was involved in a car accident in California on Sunday, November 19.

According to TMZ, the actor was driving east on a freeway near Santa Barbara when the woman driving in front of him lost control of her vehicle while driving on California State Route 126. She accidentally drove her car off the road and crashed into an embankment off the freeway.

Immediately, the "Blade Runner 2049" star pulled his car over and swept in to help the woman. Joined by good Samaritans, the 75-year-old Golden Globe-winning actor helped her to get out of her gray sedan. A witness also revealed to the news outlet that Ford managed to pulled the woman from the car as paramedics arrived at the scene.

Law enforcement reported that fortunately, the woman wasn't badly injured. It was said that she suffered only minor injuries.

Ford is no stranger to transforming into off-screen hero and coming to the rescue during car accident. Back in September, a Midtown tunnel pile-up in Manhattan, New York City caused his Mercedes Benz stuck between cars. Footage showed that the actor decided to be a good citizen, getting out of his car and starting to direct traffic.

Ford was also a victim of an accident himself. Back in 2015, he piloted a vintage two-seater fighter aircraft when it suddenly had an engine trouble. The trouble forced him to land his private plane on Penmar Golf Course in Venice, California.

It's not the first time for Ford to have a trouble with his private plane. The actor was investigated by FAA after he flew his single-engine Aviat Husky jet over a Boeing 737 passenger plane, a violation of Federal Aviation Administration safety rules. He had been instructed to land on runway 20-L at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, but he mistakenly aimed for a taxiway, instead. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the incident.


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