Superman to the rescue. Shaquille O'Neal witnessed a car wreck this weekend in Los Angeles and swoop
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Superman to the rescue. Shaquille O'Neal witnessed a car wreck this weekend in Los Angeles and swooped in to help...
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The accident -- Honda vs. BMW -- went down in one of L.A.'s busiest intersections ... Sepulveda and Santa Monica Boulevards, and Shaq happened to be driving by in the aftermath. We're told the big fella thought it looked bad enough that he should stop, and try to be of assistance. Y'know, in case a door needed to be ripped off or something.

Luckily, it turned out no one appeared to be seriously hurt. Some passersby saw Shaq on the scene, and thought he was in the accident, but he was really just a giant Samaritan.

We're told Shaq surveyed the situation, realized everyone was okay, shook a few hands ... and went on his way. No paramedics or cops were involved, just a tow truck.

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As stated before, Shaq is a national treasure.
Reply8 months
love that Shaq. Not a hint of politization, victimology, race-baiting, etc. Just a happy, funny, caring human being.
Reply8 months
this will help his 2020 sheriff campaign
Reply8 months
Love that guy
Reply8 months
Shaq for President 2020! The man is a national treasure....
Reply8 months
cj35
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Shaqdouche on the scene.
Reply8 months
Your mommy needs to douche.
8 months
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