Passengers experienced an excellent adventure with actor Keanu Reeves on Saturday following their flight from San Francisco to Burbank, California, and made an emergency landing in Bakersfield. (The aircraft was diverted due to a "mechanical indication.")
Reeves, which evoked images of his action movie "Speed", joined the other stringed flyers on a bus to the Los Angeles area. But unlike the 1994 thriller, neither the star nor the bus (more like a van) was really in danger so he made most of his journey.
According to clips and photos submitted to social media (see below) The "John Wick" star first presented his travel options with fellow travelers at the airport, read delicious Bakersfield fun facts inside the car and played the "Bakersfield Sound" music to everyone. He also asked someone for a warm farewell.
Keanu was stranded somewhere in California and had to take a bus instead of a plane and a guy filmed the whole experience and I am BEGGING yall to see this pic.twitter.com
– ᴄ ᴀ ᴛ (@keanusgf) March 24, 2019
– Amir Blum (Unboxed) (@CheesyJedi) March 24, 2019