Hoffman reportedly spotted Sam Dempster down on the ground and quickly phoned emergency services. He remained by the man's side until paramedics showed up and revived him.
The unidentified 50-year-old, who does unspecified work at Kunis's LA home, had apparently bit his tongue and was coughing up blood. Kunis ordered a friend to call an ambulance, and then, aided by another friend, turned the man to his side and placed a wallet in his mouth.
Sure, Hoffman and Kunis won't overshadow Gosling and Dempsey anytime soon, but, if nothing else, at least their stories offer us pedestrians a necessary reminder that it's nice to be important, but it's even more important to dial 911 when you see someone's life is in danger.
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