Harrison Ford Still Playing Hero ... Helps Woman Who Drove Off Highway

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The legendary actor, 75, came to the assistance of a woman who drove off the road in Santa Paula, California on Sunday, TMZ reported.

Ford and others were able to help the female driver out of the vehicle, Alonzo said. The woman was reportedly taken to the emergency room with only minor injuries.

This is not the first time Ford has been spotted being a good samaritan.

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

Santa Paula Police Department Senior Officer Matt Alonzo said the sedan had rolled over off the highway and hit a tree, USA Today reported.

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

According to TMZ, his auto had got stuck between two vehicles so the actor jumped out to help move traffic along safely, two Sundays ago. The California Highway Patrol, the lead agency for the incident, is investigating the cause, Alonzo said.

Harrison, who's married to Ally McBeal actress Calista Flockhart, is no stranger to scary accidents either, as he's been involved in two aviation mishaps over the past three years. Ford, known as an avid pilot, had reportedly been at the airport earlier in the day, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Ford's rep had no comment on the incident to ABC News.

In March 2015, Ford was hurt after crash landing his plane at the Penmar Golf Course in Venice, California, near the Santa Monica Airport.

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