Published: Sat, August 10, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Danny Trejo Helped Rescue A Child From An Overturned Car

Danny Trejo Helped Rescue A Child From An Overturned Car

On Wednesday, Trejo was in the Sylmar neighborhood of Los Angeles when he witnessed a auto crash that caused one vehicle to overturn.

Trejo, typically known for playing villains and antiheroes, told ABC7 that he witnessed a auto run a red light in Los Angeles Wednesday evening.

Trejo said it appeared that a auto had run a red light, crashing into the vehicle carrying the boy and his grandmother. Just like a scene from one of his action movies, Trejo ran into harm's way to help.

Firefighters later had to use special equipment to free the child's grandmother from the vehicle.

According to Trejo, the boy was "about five" and was "screaming" following the accident.

"I just feel great that the Lord put me right there in that spot to do what I did that's all", Trejo told CBS Los Angeles. Thankfully, a fellow bystander, Monica Jackson, was able to free the belt from the other side, and they were able to save the baby.

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He told local news outlet ABC 7: "If that kid hadn't been in a vehicle seat it would've been all over for him".

The Los Angeles Fire Department shared with ABC7 that three people were taken to a hospital, though none have life-threatening injuries. He added that what really saved the child's life "was his vehicle seat".

"Everything great that has transpired has occurred as an immediate effect of helping another person", Trejo disclosed to CNN partner KABC.

"We got kind of a bond". I couldn't unbuckle the seatbelt so she got in and undid the seatbelt.

But the film star found himself in the middle of a real-life crisis while he was on his way to pick up his auto in Los Angeles. The cause of the accident remains under investigation.

The actor's career started when, as a youth drug counselor, he was asked by a teen he was working with to come to the set of the 1985 film "Runaway Train". He's best known for his role as Machete, a former Mexican Federale who first appeared in the "Spy Kids" franchise before getting a series of films of his own. You know you'd go see it.

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