Rose McGowan is known for standing up for womens rights and being at the forefront of the #TimesUp movement.
And it appears her partner Rain Dove is just as fierce as they reportedly tried to save a mans life by performing CPR.
The actress praised her partner on Twitter after the event, and revealed that Rain rushed to the mans side following a car crash.
She said: My partner @raindovemodel provided CPR to someone this morning on the highway. It was an honor to assist in the saving of someones life.
The 45-year-old then revealed that she would be getting her first aid training later this week and urged her followers to do the same.
She added: Im going to get my firstaid training this week! Please get yours too if you can. You can save lives. #FirstAidForAll.
Rain also told their followers about the news, and revealed how honoured they were for the recognition.
The 29-year-old said: Im honored for the coverage but not everyone who has given CPR gets the recognition for their efforts. In fact most dont.
But everyday ppl are saving lives trained or not. Please consider getting your first aid training. I love You all. #FirstAidForAll.
However, despite their best efforts to keep the gentleman alive, Rain revealed the devastating news that he had sadly passed away in hospital later that day.
Unfortunately the individual from the accident passed away at the hospital. Its devastating news. Please consider getting ur First Aid certification. The ability to be able to even try is a great honor. Sometimes youll even save a life. But at least U know U tried. #firstaid pic.twitter.com/6kSJst4iGB
— Rain Dove (@raindovemodel) October 15, 2018
The model shared: Unfortunately the individual from the accident passed away at the hospital. Its devastating news. Please consider getting ur First Aid certification.
The ability to be able to even try is a great honor. Sometimes youll even save a life. But at least U know U tried. #firstaid.
Fans were quick to comment on the tweet, and comforted the star by praising Rains efforts.
One wrote: Thats sad. But because of you and your training he was able to have his family around at the end and that is so important! Im definitely going to get myself trained now.
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Another added: Oh no! But they experienced human empathy and compassion, even at the very end of their life. That means something.
Someone else commented: So sad to hear that but deepest respect for doing all you could and thank you for raising awareness of the importance of learning first aid skills.
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