Randy Couture foraged through a Mexican jungle to rescue 2 women and a child in an accident

By Russell Ess - March 22, 2016

It was all too natural for former UFC heavyweight and light heavyweight champion Randy Couture to give his assistance when trouble struck in Mexico recently.

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Couture who just flew into Mexico to work on an upcoming film “Bruja” spoke with TMZ on how he helped victims of an accident out of their wrecked vehicle in the jungle.

“I looked up and this minivan went off the road,” Couture said as he was on the way to his hotel.

“It rolled over twice into the jungle. My driver pulled over and called the police. We busted into the woods and helped the two women and the kid.”

“The vehicle was on its side, so everyone was climbing out the side door. One of the women seemed like she was in shock. She was really weak. So I carried her out of the van and to the road. I wanted to get everyone away from the car because I was concerned it was going to catch fire. There were all these fluids leaking from the van.”

Couture says that there were six people in the accident, but no serious injuries.

“There was some blood from some scratches.”

“Once they were back on the road, and we knew they were okay, we left and continued on to the hotel.”

All in a days work for “The Natural.”

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