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21 November 2017, 12:24 | Mandy Simon
GETTYHarrison Ford has come to the rescue of a woman following a car crash in California
Longtime actor Harrison Ford was spotted helping out a woman who drove off the freeway in Southern California.
Santa Paula Police Department Senior Officer Matt Alonzo said the sedan had rolled over off the highway and hit a tree, USA Today reported.
Ford immediately pulled over and rushed to the auto along with several other bystanders. Pulling up behind her and climbing down to help, Ford stayed with the woman until paramedics arrived, when she was transported to hospital with minor injuries.
Harrison Ford is living up to the heroism of some of his fan-favorite characters like Indiana Jones, Han Solo and more.
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Ford told Federal Aviation Administration officials he was distracted by a couple of jets at the time of the incident.
This is not the first time that Ford has lent a helping hand to others. Aside from the heroic auto crash rescue, Ford also assisted the NYPD during this fall by helping direct civilian traffic around another vehicular accident that occurred at the Queens-Midtown Tunnel.
In September, Ford helped direct traffic in New York City after a crash caused major traffic jams near the Midtown Tunnel. In 2015 he crash landed a World War II-era airplane on a golf course in Santa Monica after the engine failed.
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