Los Angeles CPA Robert Nimmons didn’t expect to live to one day walk his only daughter down the aisle. But during the last weekend of June, 2014, he did, thanks to the brave rescue actions of veteran Hollywood actor Grand L. Bush.
“It was, indeed, an honor and privilege to finally watch Bob escort his daughter down the aisle,” said Bush. “I’m glad I was there to help save his life.”
The former strangers met for the first time on March 21, 1993, when the ‘Die Hard’ film star rescued Nimmons from a real-life shooting incident on Crescent Heights Boulevard in L.A. The mad gunman was still in clear sight when Bush heroically came to the aid of the critically-injured man.
With blood spurting from a gaping bullet wound to his chest, Nimmons was placed in the car Bush was driving. The actor, who portrayed the first Balrog in the action movie ‘Street Fighter,’ then raced through stop lights to rush the married father-of-two to the nearest trauma center in Beverly Hills.
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