Harrison Ford has once again shown his real-life hero credentials after helping to rescue a woman following a vehicle crash in California.
Senior Officer Matt Alonzo of the Santa Paula Police Department was working the incident, which took place around noon. The actor then pulled over and checked on her along with several other people as paramedics made their way to the scene.
The 75-year-old was driving east on California State Route 126 in Santa Paula when he noticed that a woman driving in the auto in front of him had accidentally driven her vehicle off the road, TMZ reported. But did you know the man who plays both Indiana Jones and Han Solo is just as much a hero off-screen?
Sources confirmed to multiple outlets that the woman was transported away from the vehicle crash scene with only minor injuries.
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Ford has also been in his fair share of emergency situations including various crashes and near-crashes connected with his flying hobby over the years.
This isn't the first time Harrison has shown off his heroic side.
In September, Ford helped direct traffic in New York City after a crash caused major traffic jams near the Midtown Tunnel.