Harrison Ford rescues woman from auto crash

Harrison Ford came to the rescue on Sunday, Nov. 19 and he saved a woman from a really scary auto accident.

The woman was the only occupant in the vehicle and was transported to a hospital with minor injuries.

Eyewitnesses tell TMZ Ford was driving behind her when she lost control and crashed into an embankment off the freeway.

Ford and other drivers on California State Route 126 helped the woman exit her vehicle before the police and paramedics arrived.

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The auto collided with a tree after rolling over, Santa Paula senior police officer Matt Alonzo told the Ventura County Star.

A Santa Paula fire department (SPFD) official confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that the 74-year-old actor was among several drivers who stopped to help on Sunday.

This isn't the first time the "Star Wars" actor was seen helping after a traffic crash. The actor - who is known for his fearless, heroic roles in movies like Star Wars and Indiana Jones - did not hesitate to rush to the woman's side. Earlier this year, Harrison was also spotted directing traffic in New York City when he was stuck in a jam at the entrance of a tunnel in midtown Manhattan. He then landed his Aviat Husky, a single-engine propeller plane, on the taxiway of the John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California.

  • Michelle Webb