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'Walking Dead' Stars Stop To Aid Car Crash Victims

| by Michael Howard

Norman Reedus and Steve Yeun are known for saving people from zombies on AMC's hit series "The Walking Dead." It turns out they also like to save people in real life.

The actors were riding their motorcycles in Peachtree City, Georgia, on May 12 when they saw a car accident and stopped to make sure nobody was seriously hurt, according to TMZ.

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Reports indicate the injuries sustained in the crash were minor. The actors stuck around until the ambulance arrived.

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The incident was confirmed by the "Spoiling Dead Fans" Facebook page, which posted the following:

"Just a heads up for those that haven’t heard yet… There was a car accident earlier today in Peachtree City. Our heroes Norman and Steven were heading to the set on their motorcycles and were kind enough to stop and make sure everyone was ok. Now THAT'S class! Well done, boys! This is why we love you."

Perhaps of greater interest to fans of the show is the fact that both actors were headed to the set, indicating their characters, Daryl and Glenn, are alive and returning for the new season.

Both characters were rumored to have been killed off in the last episode of Season 6, which ended on a cliffhanger, with an unidentified character having his head bashed in.

Season 7 debuts in October, reports Inquisitr.

Sources: TMZ, Inquisitr / Photo credit: The Spoiling Dead Fans/Facebook, Rhyze/YouTube

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