Harrison Ford helps woman after vehicle crash

Harrison Ford helps woman after vehicle crash

Harrison Ford helps woman after vehicle crash

"Star Wars" actor Harrison Ford assisted a woman in southern California after she crashed her auto off the road Sunday.

They worked to pull a woman safely from the vehicle while waiting for paramedics to arrive.

Ford was on the scene of a crash late Sunday morning in Santa Paula, where a woman who was driving east on California State Route 126 accidentally drove her auto off the road. TMZ posted photos of the vehicle and Ford at the scene.

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Ford is famous for roles including Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark and its sequels and for playing Han Solo in the Star Wars franchise, among others.

Senior Officer Matt Alonzo of the Santa Paula Police Department was working the incident, which took place around noon. It is unclear what the cause of the accident was, but fortunately the woman only suffered minor injuries. (TMZ) The accident occurred after a woman drove off the side of the road and onto an embankment in Santa Paula. Ford and others managed to get the unidentified driver out of the auto.

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