Sandra Bullock is seriously the coolest. Not only is she an amazing, Oscar-winning actress, the highest-paid actress in Hollywood, and to die for at the age of 50, she can now add life-saver to her credentials.
The Gravity actress “took charge” Sunday when a fellow actress collapsed from apparent heat stroke on the New Orleans set of her current movie, Our Brand Is Crisis, according to TMZ .
Bullock reportedly helped cool the victim off by fanning her in a shady area and providing water until an ambulance arrived and transported the woman to the hospital.
Medical emergency on the set of SANDRA BULLOCK & BILLY BOB THORNTON'S new movie...guess who jumped in to help? LOL pic.twitter.com/E11I51HbAr
— KiSS 92.5 (@KiSS925) October 29, 2014
It was a warm, 82-degree day in New Orleans when the incident occurred on Sunday. Not an incredibly hot day, but the warm clothes the actors were required to wear as costumes for the movie may have been a factor in the actress' heat stroke.
— Us Weekly (@usweekly) October 29, 2014
Filming was shut down on Monday but was back up and running by Tuesday.
Good job, Sandra. You're the bomb!