According to TMZ, Harrison Ford was involved in a plane crash in Venice, Calif. earlier today that left him seriously injured.
However, there have been conflicting reports on his well-being.
Here’s what we know so far: local L.A. news station KTLA reported that a small plane, identified as a Ryan PT-22 Recruit, crash-landed at Penmar Golf Course at approximately 2:55 PST, and its adult male pilot, approximately 70 years old, was rushed to the hospital.
— KTLA (@KTLA) March 5, 2015
KTLA has since updated their report, and noted that a fire official has stated that the injured occupant was in fair to moderate condition.
“Two doctors were there, and they had a 1st aid box with them. He was conscious, talking a little– a HUGE cut on his head,” a witness told TMZ.
The Indiana Jones star has been involved in a crash-landing before. In 1999, he, along with his instructor, ran a helicopter into a riverbed Santa Clarita, Calif.
UPDATE 4:51 P.M. PST
TMZ published alleged audio of Ford reporting engine failure. Listen below.
According to NBC4, a family member of Ford’s confirmed the actor’s involvement, stating that he’s fine and only suffered minor injuries.
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