Real-life hero Harrison Ford helped save a woman in a car crash
In today’s art-imitates-life news, Harrison Ford helped save a woman in a car crash IRL. NBD. Just another day in the life of one of our favorite dudes ever.
According to TMZ, on Sunday, November 19th, a woman driving east on California State Route 126 lost control of her car and drove the vehicle off the road. The car ended up in a low embankment on the side of the freeway.
Eyewitnesses told TMZ that Ford, who was driving behind the woman, immediately pulled over and worked with other witnesses to retrieve her from her vehicle. Paramedics and law enforcement arrived shortly after the accident occurred.
The woman luckily only incurred minor injuries.
This isn’t the first time Ford has played the part of real-life hero. In early September, he took on the role of traffic cop when a car broke down outside a tunnel in NYC.
And that’s how it’s done.
Ford also famously saved a hiker who had fallen in while hiking the 11,106-foot Table Mountain back in 2000. He allegedly landed down in his helicopter in a t-shirt and cowboy hat after hearing the hiker’s distress calls.
Seriously. Could we love him ANY MORE?
Plus, you know Han Solo and Indiana Jones would jump into either crisis moment. Art imitates life, right?
We’re relieved no one was majorly injured in Sunday’s car accident. It must have been a terrifying experience, but we can say for sure that the driver ended up in good hands. (Also, what an incredibly story to tell your friends, right?).