Jamie Foxx Saves Man From Burning Car After Violent Wreck Happens Right Outside His House

The driver crashed his Toyota Tacoma into a drainage ditch on Monday evening.

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Jamie Foxx helped pull a man to safety after a fiery car crash on Monday night, according to KABC. The car, a 2007 Toyota Tacoma, was traveling at a "high rate of speed" when the driver hit a drainage pipe and flipped multiple times. After landing with the passenger side up, the driver was trapped in the vehicle as it reportedly caught fire.

"Jamie didn't hesitate," a representative tells KABC, confirming that the crash occurred near Foxx's home in Hidden Valley. "He jumped out and ran to the car." Another witness, still unnamed at time of publication, reportedly assisted Foxx by breaking the vehicle's windows and cutting the seatbelt. The driver, identified by authorities as 32-year-old Brett Kyle, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and sent to a nearby hospital for what TMZ describes as "major injuries, including burns."

The crash is currently under investigation by Ventura County authorities.

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