Mila Kunis to the rescue! The actress may have helped save a man's life after he reportedly collapsed in her home over the weekend.
According to TMZ, a man who works in Kunis' house suffered a seizure so violent that he bit through his tongue. Kunis rushed to help the man, turned his head to the side and stayed with him to keep him safe while a friend called 911.
The man, 50, was rushed to the hospital, and though it was a scary incident, he's on his way to a full recovery.
Kunis isn't the only Hollywood star to come to the rescue lately. In April, "Grey's Anatomy" star Patrick Dempsey helped save a teenager after he totalled his car in Malibu, Calif., and reportedly used a crowbar to pry him from the wrecked vehicle.
Dustin Hoffman also came to the aid of a man who suffered a heart attack while jogging in London's Hyde Park recently. The actor dialed 999 -- Britain's emergency number -- and stayed with the jogger as paramedics started CPR and eventually got the man's heart to start again.
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