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Actor Jamie Foxx pulls trapped driver from burning car after crash on Potrero Road in Moorpark, California

Modified Date: 
Wed, 03/22/2017 - 8:26am
Accident Date: 
Monday, January 18, 2016

Actor Jamie Foxx pulls trapped driver from fiery crash in Moorpark, California

Jamie Foxx pulled a man from a burning car after a fiery crash in Moorpark Monday night, the California Highway Patrol said.The CHP said the driver, identified as 32-year-old Brett Kyle, drove his 2007 Toyota Tacoma into a drainage ditch around 8:30 p.m.The wreck happened near Foxx's home, according to ABC News.The car, which was traveling at a high rate of speed westbound on Potrero Road east of Hidden Valley Road, struck a drainage pipe and concrete, causing it to roll over multiple times, authorities said. The vehicle ended up on its passenger side and caught fire, trapping Kyle inside.Two civilian witnesses who were near the scene ran to the car to try and free Kyle. The two broke the car window using some type of tool, cut the seat belt and pulled Kyle out to safety, police said.The CHP confirmed that one of the Good Samaritans was Foxx."Jamie didn't hesitate. He jumped out and ran to the car," a member of Foxx's publicity team told ABC News.

Jamie Foxx pulls driver from burning pickup truck

Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx reportedly rescued the driver of a pickup truck that crashed outside his California home on Monday night. reported that Foxx ran to the scene of the accident outside the gate to his home in the celebrity enclave of Hidden Valley northwest of Los Angeles. Foxx reportedly unbuckled the driver and dragged him away from the burning vehicle. "Two witnesses that were near the collision scene ran to the burning, overturned truck in an attempt to free the driver," police said in a statement to ABC News, adding that the driver was later "arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol." The Toyota Tacoma had skidded on wet roads, ran into a ditch and then rolled over several times, TMZ reported.

Actor Jamie Foxx Helps Rescue Man From Burning Vehicle in Thousand Oaks Area

Jamie Foxx helped rescue a man from a burning vehicle following a crash in the Thousand Oaks area, the actor’s representatives confirmed Tuesday. One witness retrieved a “rescue tool” from his vehicle, allowing them to break a window, cut the seat belt and extricate Kyle, CHP said. Foxx — known for his roles in “Django Unchained” and “Ray” — aided in the rescue, his representatives said. The driver, Brett Kyle, “left the roadway” and traveled into a drainage ditch, striking a drainage pipe and concrete casing, a CHP incident report stated. A 32-year-old man was driving at a high rate of speed on West Potrero Road, east of Hidden Valley Road, around 8:30 p.m.

Jamie Foxx Embraces Emotional Father of Man Actor Rescued From Fiery Crash

Driver Speaks From Hospital Bed After Rescued by Jamie Foxx in Crash Actor Jamie Foxx helped rescue a man from a fiery crash near the star’s home. Jamie Foxx shared a warm father-to-father moment with the emotional dad of a driver the actor famously rescued from a burning wreck. The actor and the Kyle shared one more hug in front of news cameras before parting ways. "Met the father of the young man from last night today," Foxx said in an Instagram photo showing the two men embracing. Foxx is a father himself to two daughters, one of whom he shared the spotlight with at the 2016 Golden Globes.

Jamie Foxx saves driver from burning car outside California home

The actor ran to the scene and saw the driver in distress inside the flipped-over and smoking car, the website said. Apparently the driver skidded on wet roads, hit a ditch and flipped upside down, TMZ said. Worried the vehicle might explode, Foxx reportedly unbuckled the driver and dragged the man about 30 feet away from the accident. The actor already had called 911, so first responders arrived a short time later and transported the victim to a hospital with injuries, TMZ said.

People Involved: 
Brett Kyle
Jamie Foxx
Potrero Road

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