Who says Hollywood stars don’t caring about genuine people? Jamie Foxx cared adequate to risk his life assisting to rescue a foreigner trapped in a blazing car.
It happened Monday about 8:40 p.m. in a Hidden Valley area of Ventura County usually yards from Foxx’s front gate, according to a Ventura County Fire Department and a blogger who follows a department. The blogger was at the scene, posted an comment and pictures on his Facebook page.
Although a California Highway Patrol news on a occurrence did not brand Foxx by name, Foxx’s publicist, Allison Garman, reliable a story that strike headlines in California Tuesday.
Foxx himself pronounced zero about it on his amicable media.
But according to a CHP report on a incident, a driver identified as Brett Allen Kyle, 32, of Newbury Park in Ventura County, drove his Toyota Tacoma into a drainage embankment during “a high rate of speed” and struck a drainage siren and concrete. The lorry rolled over mixed times, landing on a newcomer side, and fast was engulfed in abandon with Kyle trapped inside.
Hearing a pile-up and screams, two witnesses nearby a scene, including Foxx, ran over. Foxx also called 911.
One of a witnesses (the military news does not contend it was Foxx) grabbed some kind of rescue tool from a car trunk, which a rescuers afterwards used to break a window of a blazing truck, cut a seatbelt and drag Kyle out.
He was treated during a stage by county glow and rescue personnel, then transported to a local hospital with what a CHP called vital injuries, including browns and head, chest, neck and waist trauma.
The pile-up is still underneath review though a motorist was arrested for pushing underneath a change of alcohol, a CHP said.
Only a week ago, Foxx was a presenter during a Golden Globes Awards and proudly escorted his daughter, Corinne, who was Miss Golden Globes.