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Harrison Ford plays the hero in real-life auto accident

20 November 2017

"Star Wars" icon Harrison Ford became a real hero yet again Sunday when he stepped in to help a woman whose vehicle had run off the road in California. On Sunday, the star reportedly helped a woman who crashed her auto on the highway. He and several other drivers pulled over to help the driver.

The woman driving, who was the only occupant in the sedan, escaped with minor injuries, authorities said.

Ford crash landed his vintage plane onto a Los Angeles golf course back in 2015
Image Ford crash landed his vintage plane onto a Los Angeles golf course in 2015

According to TMZ, his auto had got stuck between two vehicles so the actor jumped out to help move traffic along safely, two Sundays ago. Senior Officer Matt Alonzo says Ford and the friend came to the driver's aid and acted as good Samaritans.

Ford was reportedly leaving a small airport near Santa Paula, which is often used by hobby pilots. He has been involved in two aviation accidents since 2015.

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The accident scene is near the Santa Paula Airport.

In February, Ford flew directly above an American Airlines Boeing 737 commercial jet with 116 people on it, the Daily Mail reported.

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The first time Ford helped in an emergency situation was in 2000 when he used a helicopter to help a stranded hiker in Idaho Falls. TMZ reminded readers that, just two months ago, Ford made a decision to direct tunnel traffic in New York City.

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Harrison Ford plays the hero in real-life auto accident