Harrison Ford helps rescue woman after crash

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On Sunday, the star reportedly helped a woman who crashed her auto on the highway.

Longtime actor Harrison Ford was spotted helping out a woman who drove off the freeway in Southern California. They headed over to the scene to help, and along with others, they were able to help the woman out of the vehicle.

The woman was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. He was reportedly driving behind the woman when she lost control of her vehicle and crashed.

Ford, 75, was driving along the California State Route 126 in Santa Paula when the driver in front of him swerved onto an embankment, TMZ reported. They got her safely out of the vehicle while paramedics arrived at the scene.

Indiana Jones to the rescue!

The first time Ford helped in an emergency situation was in 2000 when he used a helicopter to help a stranded hiker in Idaho Falls. But this time it wasn't a plane, and he was apparently just a witness to the accident. Back in September, he was captured on video directing traffic in NYC's Midtown Tunnel after cars were stuck in standstill traffic because of a auto crash pile up inside the tunnel.