Harrison Ford was forced to make an emergency landing on a California golf course on Thursday after experiencing technical issues while flying a two-seater fighter plane.
Reports suggest the actor was taken to hospital after he crashed the aircraft on Penmar Golf Course in Venice, not far from Santa Monica Airport.
Sources tell TMZ the Star Wars actor suffered multiple gashes to his head and was treated at the golf course by two doctors before paramedics arrived.
Plane down on PenMar Golf Course. SMFD 1st on scene. Pilot was Harrison Ford! Critical condition!! pic.twitter.com/dH72ED48ej
— Phil Brock (@stgactor) March 5, 2015
Ford was the only person onboard the plane.
National Transportation Safety Board officials are investigating the incident.
The actor recently recovered from a broken leg he sustained while working on the set of his upcoming film Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens.
Details about the accident are still developing, but you can leave your well-wishes below for Ford in the meantime.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in