3/5/15

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Harrison Ford, "Gory but OK" in a Crash Plane

  Until now, the cause of the accident is not known certainly

 
Actor Harrison Ford was seriously injured after a small plane crashed in Los Angeles. Male 72-year-old reportedly drove the single-engine plane that crashed into a golf course in Venice, near Santa Monica Airport.

Harrison was driving a small plane for two passengers. Shortly after landing, two doctors immediately ran and pulled Harrison out of the plane.

According to witnesses, before the accident he heard the roar of the engine is very fast. Shortly thereafter, suddenly rough plane made an emergency landing in one part of the golf course.

"I was one of the few people who ran to the plane. Four to five people pull out the pilot," said an eyewitness.
 
Two doctors give first aid before being taken to hospital. According to the same source, then Harrison unconscious with head injuries.

"A lot of blood dripping into his face," added the source.


Firefighters of Los Angeles, without mentioning the name of the patient, said the pilot suffered head trauma, still breathing, and unconsciousness,

Recordings from the air showed that the aircraft was on the ground and one person was treated by paramedics before being taken to hospital.

The cause of the accident is under investigation.

Patrick Butler from (LAFD) said they received a 911 call at 14:20 and is found in the Golf Penmar, plane crash

Firefighters who come to the site explains, the wounds suffered by Horrison described as 'moderate' or not too severe.

In a 2008 interview with National Geographic, Ford talked about love flying.
 
Harrison Ford and his wife


"I flew alone everywhere. I like all kinds of flying, including practically fly for search and rescue. And I also want to fly into the interior, usually Frank Church Wilderness in Idaho," said Indiana Jones'.

Until now, the cause of the accident is not known certainly. "We see this beautiful aircraft. It seems like I've seen this plane, departing from Santa Monica Airport," said Howard Teba, who sits on the golf course incident.