Crash of World War Plane and actor Harrison Ford suffered

The incident occurred near the municipal airport in the city of Santa Monica. This is a collectible model of the aircraft Ryan PT-22 Recruit, which was used for training pilots during World War II.
A light aircraft crashed on a golf course in southern California, the pilot is in critical condition, local authorities say.
The incident occurred near the municipal airport in the city of Santa Monica, near Los Angeles.
The Associated Press Agency reports that this is a collection model of the Ryan PT-22 Recruit aircraft, which was used for pilot training during World War II.
The famous Hollywood actor Harrison Ford was seriously injured in the crash of a light aircraft in Santa Monica, reports TMZ portal, which specializes in news from the life of stars.
The plane, piloted by a 72-year-old actor, crashed on a golf course in the vicinity of Los Angeles. According to journalists, Ford received multiple head injuries and was hospitalized.
Earlier, the Associated Press reported that a collection plane, Ryan PT-22 Recruit from the Second World War, crashed on a golf course near the municipal airport in Santa Monica, near Los Angeles. It was reported that there was only a pilot on board – and he is in critical condition.
Later, the son of the actor said that nothing threatened his father’s life. A Harrison Ford spokesman also said that the actor is expected to fully recover.
The media calls Ford an avid amateur aviator, noting that he has had accidents while piloting before. In October 1999, a movie star-controlled helicopter crashed near the California city of Santa Clarita. The actor and his instructor then got off with light injuries. In the summer of 2014, the actor injured his leg while filming a new episode of the movie Star Wars: the injury was caused by the door of the Millennium Falcon spaceship (Millennium Falcon), whose pilot played Ford.