‘Walking Dead’ Stars Norman Reedus And Steven Yeun Save People In Real Life, Too

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05.13.16
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If anyone on The Walking Dead is safe from Negan’s bat, it’s Daryl Dixon. He’s just too popular. And besides, if Norman Reedus is no longer on AMC’s zombie series, that means he’ll no longer have to film in Georgia, where he won’t be able to assist with car accidents. At San Diego Comic-Con last year, Reedus told a story about coming across an overturned 18-wheeler on the side of the road, and how he “helped remove the man from the vehicle.” The notorious licker was once again in the right place at the right time on Thursday, when he and co-star Steven Yeun “[jumped] to the rescue”.

The Walking Dead stars Norman Reedus and Steve Yeun were cruising on motorcycles Thursday in Peachtree City, GA when they came upon a car crash near the set… and they jumped into action. We’re told injuries were fairly minor, but the duo hung around until paramedics arrived. (Via)

Such weird viral marketing for Ride with Norman Reedus. Anyway, as TMZ notes, with comical hyperbole, “This COULD be [a] huge clue for TWD fans — last season ended with a mystery death… the fact the two were together near set indicates their characters are ALIVE.” The only way we’ll figure out who Negan killed is hoping everyone in Georgia gets into a car accident. Whichever Walking Dead cast member isn’t seen at the sight of a crash, boom, they’re dead. Or, we can just wait until season seven premieres.

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