CBS has confirmed a small plane piloted by Harrison Ford crash-landed at a Los Angeles golf course on Thursday afternoon.
The 72-year-old was at the helm of a vintage two-seater Ryan PT-22 Recruit fighter plane. There were no passengers on board and no one on the ground was injured.
The aircraft crashed into the Penmar golf course in Venice, California at approximately 2:30pm PT, shortly after takeoff. Two doctors were on the scene, and immediately treated Ford for multiple lacerations and possible fractures. Emergency personnel then rushed the actor to the Ronald Reagan Medical Centre. The Los Angeles Fire Department confirms he was alert and conscious.
Newsradio KNX Los Angeles reports Ford’s injuries are considered serious but not critical. His son, Ben Ford, posted the following news of his condition on Twitter:
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SOURCE: ET Canada