Harrison Ford helps Indiana Jones crew member after suspected heart attack

Harrison Ford reportedly turned real life hero when a crew member suffered a suspected heart attack on the set of Indiana Jones 5.

The Star Wars actor, 79, was shooting the hotly anticipated Hollywood movie at Pinewood Studios when someone working on the production fell ill, reports The Sun.

The man – who has not been identified – is believed to have collapsed all of a sudden, so the actor yelled: "Get me a medic quick."

A source told the paper: "All of a sudden a male member of crew collapsed.

"Harrison was standing just yards away and yelled for a medic. There was a huge amount of panic."

The insider said the man was given CPR on site until an air ambulance and paramedics arrived.

The movie has already been struck by tragedy, as last year it was reported that a crew member named in reports as Nic Cupac had died on location.

The 54-year-old was reportedly one of 100 people brought to the set to work on a tricky stunt.

He was found dead in his hotel in Morocco, and is thought to have passed away from natural causes.

There was another setback last year when Harrison himself suffered a shoulder injury while rehearsing a fight scene, meaning filming had to be delayed for a while.

The actor first starred as archaeologist Indiana in Raiders Of The Lost Ark in 1981, and reprised the role in Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984), Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (1989) and Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull (2008).

His fifth outing as the much-loved character – which so far hasn't been named – was due to be unveiled this summer but has been pushed back to 2023.

Daily Star has contacted a representative for Harrison for comment.

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