The doctor accused of giving a fatal dose of anaesthetic to Michael Jackson has come to the rescue of a woman who fell unconscious on a plane.
Dr Conrad Murray responded when cabin crew asked if a doctor was on board a US Airways flight, US media said.
He put her on an intravenous drip from the plane's emergency kit after finding her pulse was weak, reports said.
Passenger Ersel Lincoln told reporters "I thought I recognised the guy administering first aid, but it only clicked when the patient recovered and moonwalked to the waiting ambulance. She also looked a lot whiter than she did when she first took ill."
The victim is now recovering in Cedar Sinai Medical Center. She's expected to start her first world tour in the next few weeks.