Actor Harrison Ford was injured Thursday after he crash landed a vintage World War II plane onto a golf course in California.
Actor Harrison Ford was seriously injured Thursday after crash-landing a small plane on a golf course in California, TMZ and NBC News reported.
The 72-year-old actor was the pilot when his two-seat 1940s-era military trainer went down on Penmar Golf Course near Santa Monica Airport, authorities said.
It is not the first crash for the star of the "Star Wars" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" films. In 1999, he had to make an emergency landing in a California riverbed while flying a helicopter.
“It’s a single-engine. He was making a landing, I guess, maybe, I don’t know what happened. I came out. I hear a thud. One of the golfers comes out and tells me that the plane just went down and sure enough: Beautiful yellow plane.
“We went out there and saw the pilot. There were two doctors on the scene and they were giving him first aid. He had a massive gash on his forehead.
"There was blood all over his face. Two very fine doctors were treating him, taking good care of him. I helped put a blanket under his hip," Howard Tabe, an employee at Penmar Golf Course, said.