Harrison Ford was caught assisting a woman who had strayed off a highway and smashed her automobile.
Ford, 75, was traveling along California State Route 126 when he saw a gray car go off the road and into an embankment. He and numerous other vehicles stopped to assist the motorist.
The driver was transferred to a hospital nearby. According to local law enforcement, the lady suffered just minor injuries.
Photos of Ford speaking with first responders at the site started to circulate online. He was driving behind the lady when she lost control of her car and crashed.
According to Santa Paula Police Department Senior Officer Matt Alonzo, the vehicle went off the roadway and struck a tree.
Ford, according to Alonzo, was with a buddy when they heard the car crash. They then pulled over and went to the woman’s car to assist her.
He acted as a good Samaritan, just like everybody else, and attempted to assist before emergency services arrived, Alonzo said, adding that Ford and others were able to pull the lady from the car.
At the time of the accident, the lady was the only one in the car. The incident is presently being investigated by the California Highway Patrol.
Ford allegedly took off from a small airport close to Santa Paula that is popular with recreational pilots.
The “Indiana Jones” star is a well-known aviation aficionado. Since 2015, he has been involved in two aircraft accidents.
Ford flew right over an American Airlines Boeing 737 commercial flight carrying 116 passengers. He then landed his single-engine propeller aircraft, the Aviat Husky, on the taxiway at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, California.
Ford informed FAA authorities that he was distracted by a pair of planes at the time of the mishap.
Ford was injured in March 2015 after crashing landing his jet at the Penmar Golf Course in Venice, California, near the Santa Monica Airport. At the time, he was flying a 1942 Ryan Aeronautical ST3KR, a vintage World War I aircraft.
This isn’t the first time the “Star Wars” star has been spotted assisting after a car accident.
Ford assisted in directing traffic in New York City after an incident near the Midtown Tunnel. According to reports, Ford was not involved in the incident.