Harrison Ford was in a plane crash. According to TMZ, the famous actor was at the helm of the Ryan PT-22 Recruit retro aircraft during World War II when the latter had an engine failure. Ford notified controllers of the emergency landing and landed the plane on a golf course outside Los Angeles.
As a result of the hard landing, the monoplane's fuselage was destroyed, and the actor received multiple injuries, none of which, fortunately, were fatal. The doctors who arrived on call took him to the nearest clinic, where he received the necessary assistance. Doctors predict a complete recovery of their eminent patient.
"I'm in the hospital. Father's okay. He's badly beaten, but okay. He's exactly the kind of person that everyone thinks. A very strong man," Ford's son wrote on his Twitter page.
Note that Harrison Ford is an experienced pilot and knows how to fly almost all types of aircraft. This is not the first plane crash with his participation. So, in 1999, due to a technical malfunction, 45 miles from Los Angeles, a Bell 206L4 LongRanger helicopter driven by Ford crashed. At that time, the actor himself and the instructor accompanying him escaped with only minor bruises.
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