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Hero alert! "The Walking Dead" stars Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun became real-life heroes on May 12, helping rescue a car crash victim from an accident that took place near the set of their show.

The actors were near their Peachtree City, Georgia, set riding their motorcycles when they came across a multi-car accident. The two immediately sprung into action, helping on the scene and making sure everyone was ok.

According to TMZ, the victim of the crash suffered only minor injuries. Norman and Steven stayed on scene until paramedics arrived and got everyone sorted out.

Details of the fender-bender are not fully known, but the Peachtree City Police Department said the accident occurred when one of the vehicles in the crash ran a red light at an intersection and collided with a vehicle traveling on the highway.

The two were clad in all black, lending many to think they came from the set of their AMC show. The fact that the two were near the set could be a huge clue about their future on the show. Last season ended with a mystery death, but it's unclear who exactly died. It seems that maybe both are alive in an on-screen sense.

Norman, who plays Daryl Dixon, has done little to clarify what's happening.

Lauren Cohan, who plays Maggie Greene, shed a little light on the final scene.

The actress told The Huffington Post that the actors weren't even present when Negan swung his bat in that final scene.

"Here's a good piece of intel," Cohan said. "We shot the scene, and then individually went into a [sound] booth privately to record audio, so I don't know."

She continued, "Nobody knows what anybody else said."

In November, Steven's character, Glenn Rhee, also looked to be dead after a particularly graphic scene in which walkers seemed to be eating his organs. Later on, it was revealed that Glenn had in fact survived by hiding beneath the newly dead body of his friend, Nicholas (Michael Traynor) and then in a dumpster.