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    Harrison Ford crashed his vintage plan earlier this afternoon on a Ventura Golf Course. Reports note he is hospitalized with multiple head injuries. Lets keep Indian Jones in our thoughts!

    *update* Crash occurred around an hour ago. He managed to land his 1930's aircraft on a fairway rather then populated area. It did not flip, but he was injured. Two golfing doctors were able to immediately assist until ambulance arrived.
    Last edited by Acpisme; 03-05-2015, 04:00 PM. Reason: update
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    Oh that is so very sad.

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      Condition is unsure, but he did manage to walk away from the crash to a gurney. But there is some confusion if what he is listed through the hospital as severe or critical condition. Open cockpit plane and it looks like a fairly hard landing causing him to hit his head several times. But bless him, when he experienced trouble Harrison ensured he landed where he would not hurt anyone else.
      “Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy.”

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        I think it's time he hang up the aviator hat. I understand taking joy in a longtime hobby/lifestyle, but nothing is worth gambling your life when the risk is so high, considering his age.

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          True not the first time, but he is highly experienced. The press conference is giving guarded information, not releasing names (although it is him and his plane). Apparently he is lucky that he landed where he did as such crashes in this type of vintage planes usually are fatal.
          “Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy.”

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            He's in fair-to-moderate condition.
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              Originally posted by screaminglamb View Post
              I think it's time he hang up the aviator hat. I understand taking joy in a longtime hobby/lifestyle, but nothing is worth gambling your life when the risk is so high, considering his age.
              Dude's not even 75 and has been flying for 20 years...
              "On these magic shores children at play are for ever beaching their coracles..."
              J.M. Barrie

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                The smoldering wreckage of a Nazi fighter was found a few holes over.
                There is no right or wrong in this debate. It is simply a matter of perspective.
                -Dr. Strange

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                    Lol when I first heard it all I could think of is the scene from the holy grail where his dad shot the plane. Anyways hope he's ok.
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                      Re: Harrison Ford Plane Crash

                      Originally posted by screaminglamb View Post
                      I think it's time he hang up the aviator hat. I understand taking joy in a longtime hobby/lifestyle, but nothing is worth gambling your life when the risk is so high, considering his age.
                      Given his age he might as well die doing something he enjoys because at his age every day he wakes up could be his last.

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                      • #13
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                        Latest reports was he was taken to surgery for a broken pelvis and a broken ankle. Some reports are also saying that he has a broken arm as well. Numerous head gashes. That's why the "fair to moderate" condition reports. Not sure how long he will be hospitalized, but he has a bit of a road ahead of him. Here's to a speedy recovery.
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