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Not only is Armie Hammer portraying one of the most famous heroes of the West in The Lone Ranger next summer, but he's a hero in real life!
Following in the footsteps of kind-hearted celebs like Ryan Gosling, the 26-year-old came to the rescue of an older woman who got into a car accident at a busy El Lay intersection on Monday night!
Although Johnny Depp was not by his side to assist, he got help from another sidekick when hot model Leeann Tweeden ran to the scene from her nearby home.
Read her full Facebook account of the "random random RANDOM" experience … AFTER THE JUMP!!!
"So random random RANDOM.
I was sitting in my house when I hear an accident tonight. I throw on my shoes and run out of my house to see if I can help.
I see it's on my (busy) corner and run down that way. I run up as a guy is helping an older woman (60ish?) out of her smashed up car that both airbags deployed in.
Now mind you, it's rush hour at a busy intersection. People are honking at other cars because one lane is blocked and people can't go through the debris in the open lane fast enough for others.
But it's me and this guy helping the woman (2 other girls are there. One was a witness on her Vespa. The other in her car in the parking lot of the flower shop.)
When the guy turns around, who is it?!!!! None other than:
ARMIE HAMMER!!!!! (Yes, from the Social Network, J. Edgar and the upcoming The Lone Ranger with Johnny Depp!)
Yes, ladies. The cutie Armie was in the opposite turn lane in his Audi and watched the whole thing go down and got out of his car to help. Me and him. Out of millions in LA.
Funny enough, I've met him once (sic) and know his wife. Small world.
We hugged and said goodbye. Glad no one was seriously injured. I waited for the Fireman and the Cops to show up then I walked back home.
Ahhh, life in LA!"
It's nice to see that two of the city's finest (literally) are willing to lend a helping hand when they can.
Many thanks, guys!
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