Stef Mcdonald
August 13, 1998 12:00 AM

When a hiker was felled on a climb of Table Mountain in Idaho last week, Harrison Ford came to her rescue. The Associated Press reports that Sarah George, 20, was hiking with Megan Freeman, 22, on July 31 when George became ill. When Freeman called for help on a cell phone, Ford, who has a home in nearby Wyoming, flew in with a paramedic on his Bell 407 helicopter to pick up George and bring her to St. John’s Hospital in Jackson. Ford, an avid flier, is said to volunteer his services to the local sheriffs’ departments. “I can’t believe I barfed in Harrison Ford’s helicopter,” said George, who has recovered.

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