Finally, a story about a celebrity that is not shoving their agenda down our throat and their hands down some woman’s pants!
Watching him direct traffic just shows us that he’s an everyday guy! It was a great gesture that he and others were very helpful during the accident. Too many famous Hollywood self-centered idiots wouldn’t be bothered or taken the time to help out. Glad everyone was okay!
Source: Fox News
According to TMZ, which first reported the story, Ford was driving in Santa Paula, California on Route 126 when a woman lost control of her vehicle and ran off the road into a small embankment. Ford was reportedly traveling behind her and immediately pulled over to lend assistance.
He and a handful of bystanders reportedly rushed to the woman’s assistance and managed to get her safely out of her car and keep the situation calm until paramedics arrived on the scene. The woman was reportedly taken to the emergency room with only minor injuries.
The victim has quite a story to tell. I was in an accident but saved by Harrison Ford!
It seems Ford has trouble staying out of life-threatening situations, just like some of his silver-screen counterparts. Previously, he’s been the victim of a handful of plane and helicopter crashes, most notably in 2015 when the flight enthusiast suffered some serious injuries after engine trouble forced him to do an emergency landing on a golf course near the airport. More recently, he found himself directing traffic in New York City after, as Entertainment Tonightreports, cars started to get backed up exiting the Midtown tunnel.
For the people who DON’T think this is newsworthy, Hollywood celebrities are ALWAYS reported on! Whether you like it or not! Yes, he has done something that everybody should do, in that case. However, it is not something you see a celebrity do every day! Celebrities are in the news, that’s just the way it is!
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