Harrison Ford crash-landed a small plane at a Los Angeles golf course, reports TMZ. Ford, 72, was allegedly operating a vintage two-seat fighter plane earlier today, but he crashed into Penmar golf course in Venice, California, for unknown reasons.
Ford was treated by two doctors who were at the golf course, and sent to the hospital. Variety reports that Ford suffered from critical head injuries and he was bleeding from several gashes on his head. Ford is an airplane enthusiast and pilot. He was the only person on the airplane and the only injured person. He has crashed before with minimal injuries.
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