‘Alcatraz’ TV Show Producers Rush to Save SF Stroke Victim

SAN FRANCISCO (TMZ) — Several producers behind the television show ‘Alcatraz’ rushed to help save a stroke victim’s life Wednesday in San Francisco — but sources told the celebrity news website TMZ that the rescue effort wouldn’t have been possible if not for a poorly parked car.

According to the sources, the car was parked on a city street where the TV crew needed to film, so producers tried to locate the car’s owner and traced it back to a house on the block.

When producers knocked on the door, a young woman answered and informed producers that her mother had just suffered a stroke and she didn’t know what to do.

According to the sources, producers notified several on-set San Francsico police officers — who then rushed into the house, where the woman’s mother was located. Soon after, an ambulance arrived and transported the woman to a nearby hospital for treatment.

There was no immediate word on the woman’s condition at the hospital. Show production resumed on set following the incident.

(Copyright 2012 by TMZ. Article republished with permission. All rights reserved.)

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